Tag: Ameresco

  • Northeastern University energizes 157 kW rooftop solar system

    Ameresco Inc. has completed the installation of a rooftop solar installation at Northeastern University’s Boston campus. The installation takes the form of an on-grid, rooftop solar system atop the university’s landmark Snell Library building. In total, the implemented solar system provides 157.78 kWp DC of power for the University’s library, which receives more than 2……

  • Redflow, Ameresco to deploy prototype microgrid for DOD

    Energy story provider Redflow Ltd. has signed a $2.83 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) to deliver a prototype microgrid. The project will deploy a 1.2 to 1.4 MWh Redflow long duration energy storage (LDES) system.  Redflow will partner with cleantech integrator Ameresco Inc. for its subcontracted engineering to……

  • Ameresco to develop 5 MW landfill solar project in Alton, IL

    Ameresco Inc. has partnered with the city of Alton, Illinois, to develop and install a 5 MWac/7 MWdc solar array. The solar installation will be developed on a local closed municipal landfill site in the city. Over the life of the project, the installation is designed to deliver approximately $1 million in revenue to Alton……

  • Two Ameresco solar sites will save Rhode Island Airport Corp. over $790K annually

    Ameresco has achieved commercial operation at its solar energy site in Tiverton, Rhode Island, and mechanical completion at its site in Cumberland, Rhode Island. Both milestones mark meaningful steps in the advancement of solar energy resources within the state. Commercial operation of the Cumberland project is expected to be achievedRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Ameresco completes solar installation on Foothill Landfill in San Joaquin County, Calif.

    Ameresco completed construction on a 5.3-MW direct current ground-mount solar energy system at San Joaquin County, California’s Foothill Landfill. This is Ameresco’s second renewable energy project with the County and will help reduce their utility costs through California’s Renewable Energy Self-Generation Bill Credit Transfer program. “San Joaquin County, and it’s localRead More — Solar Builder magazine