GREENSKIES INCREASES MARKET SHARE
FOR 4TH STRAIGHT YEAR

on Greentech Media Leaderboard, the solar industry’s leading research firm and data tracker

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GREENSKIES NOTES DRAMATIC
GROWTH OF SOLAR JOBS

report indicates solar jobs are growing at 17 times the rate of the economy

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GREENSKIES NAMED APPROVED CONTRACTOR
FOR 2 NY SCHOOL REGIONS

NYPA has partnered with Greenskies for -Solar program in Regions 2 and 5

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Not only can your school save money, we have educational programs designed to teach students the benefits and technology of solar.

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Leveraging the best technology, we can tailor an installation to accommodate a number of roof or ground installation challenges.

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As a municipality, you'll see savings that go straight to your bottom line turning into benefits for years to come.

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Latest News

Connecticut Town Adding Solar At Treatment Plant

Connecticut-based Greenskies Renewable Energy has signed a contract with the Town of Sprague, Conn., to build a 150 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the Sprague Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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Sprague commissions water plant solar array

Sprague officials have hired Middletown's Greenskies Renewable Energy to build and maintain a 150-kilowatt solar array at a wastewater plant in the town's Baltic section.

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Lewis solar project kicks off, completion expected later this year

Lewis County’s solar project has kicked off a little later than planned, but county officials say they still expect the array to start providing low-cost power before the end of the year. “The goal is still to be up and running this fall,” County Manager Ryan M. Piche said.

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Lewis solar project schedule compressed, early-July start now planned

Thanks to a shorter-than-expected construction plan, work on Lewis County’s solar project won’t need to kick off until early July to get it up and running by late November.

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Middletown Council Approves Solar Deal For Water Treatment Plant

Construction will begin soon on a solar array estimated to provide about 75 percent of the power needed to run the drinking water treatment system at the Mount Higby reservoir.

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Who's Already Saving with Solar?

Testimonials

"This is another step forward in the Commonwealth’s clean-energy mission, and will help make Massachusetts a better place for the next generation."

– Governor Deval Patrick , MA

"It’s a great project using energy and lowering emissions and it makes use of the landfill, which is otherwise unused."

– Tom Skoglund, Assistant City Planner , Meriden, CT

"We're taking a major energy-consuming asset and we're going to be powering it with renewable energy. We’re eliminating the electricity costs of that facility for the taxpayers."

– Mayor Dan Drew , Middletown, CT

Stabilizing the Future Cost of Electricity