Syncarpha Capital, a full-service photo voltaic developer, proprietor and operator of group photo voltaic farms has acquired Permission To Function its first Maine-based group photo voltaic mission. The photo voltaic array is positioned on the intersection of Route 3 and Riverside Drive in Maine’s capital metropolis, Augusta.
This 6.5-MW photo voltaic array is anticipated to generate electrical energy for about 1,050 Maine residents’ houses related with Central Maine Energy.
The bottom-mount PV system was constructed on land bought by Syncarpha’s accomplice, Acadia Vitality from the Maine Division of Transportation. Roughly 10-acres of unused land of the 30-acre buy was donated to the close by Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine with the intention to assist protect Maine’s outside heritage.
“This has been a fantastic mission for our staff to be part of and we’ve got really loved our work within the Metropolis of Augusta,” stated Michael Atkinson, director of improvement at Syncarpha Capital. “It’s all the time a fantastic feeling for us to see residents and the atmosphere profit from the transformation of unused area. We’re lucky to have partnered with Acadia Vitality and are joyful to be part of serving to Maine attain its clear power objective of being 100% renewable and look ahead to seeing extra group photo voltaic all through the state.”
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