Tag: Standard Solar

  • Standard Solar acquires 84 MW community solar portfolio in Illinois

    Standard Solar has acquired an 84 MW community solar portfolio in Illinois. The combined capacity of these 14 projects will contribute to Illinois’ renewable energy generation goals of 100% clean energy by 2050, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and advancing a more sustainable energy landscape. The portfolio consists of three sets of community solar gardens in……

  • Standard Solar acquires 12 MW project portfolio in Va. to expand community solar footprint

    Standard Solar aims to propel solar energy adoption in Virginia with the acquisition of a 12 MW community solar project portfolio from New Leaf Energy. These projects in Chatham and Kilmarnock mark the company’s debut in Virginia’s community solar market. “These community solar projects are more than just an important addition to our portfolio; they represent our……

  • Standard Solar completes 4 MW project on EPA Superfund site in Woburn, Mass.

    A new brownfield solar project in Woburn, Massachusetts, is set to make a substantial impact on the city of Somerville by offsetting electricity costs and advancing climate action goals. Standard Solar has completed a 4 MW solar array at the Woburn EPA Superfund site. Standard Solar acquired the project from developer partner ECA Solar, a leader in……

  • Standard Solar acquires Maryland community solar project from New Columbia

    Standard Solar has acquired a community solar project in Forestville, Maryland, from New Columbia Solar. Located at the 224-unit Holly Spring Meadows apartment community developed by real estate firm FCP, the project includes an 800 kW carport array and a 921 kW rooftop array. The carport and rooftop arrays at Holly Spring Meadows will generate a combined……

  • Undeniable value: Developing solar on brownfields and landfills

    The use of brownfields for solar development is expected to have a significant impact on our country’s transition toward renewable energy. In recent years, there has been a notable rise in renewable energy projects being established on land that was previously underused or contaminated. Several factors have contributed to this growth, such as favorable policies,……