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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.
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.
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.
The city has signed an agreement with a renewable energy company that will help cut Middletown’s electric bills by $14,000 annually.
Connecticut-based Greenskies Renewable Energy has signed a contract with the City of Middletown, Conn., to build a 217 kW solar photovoltaic system on a parcel of city property adjacent to the Higby/Bacon Water Treatment Plant.
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"This is another step forward in the Commonwealth’s clean-energy mission, and will help make Massachusetts a better place for the next generation."
"It’s a great project using energy and lowering emissions and it makes use of the landfill, which is otherwise unused."
"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."