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Greenskies To Build Solar Project For Its Connecticut Hometown

Apr 27, 2017
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.

Greenskies to build solar array in hometown

Apr 27, 2017
Greenskies Renewable Energy has signed a contract with its home city of Middletown to construct a ground-mounted solar array.

Solar array at Stonington treatment plants would help slash costs for WPCA

Apr 27, 2017
The Water Pollution Control Authority unanimously voted Tuesday night to move forward with a proposal to work with Greenskies Renewable Energy to bring numerous solar panels to the Pawcatuck and borough sewage treatment plants.

Middletown, solar provider ink deal that will save city $14,000 annually

Apr 26, 2017
The city has signed an agreement with a renewable energy company that will help cut Middletown’s electric bills by $14,000 annually.

Stonington WPCA offers preliminary support for solar panels at treatment plants

Apr 25, 2017
The Water Pollution Control Authority voted unanimously Tuesday night to offer its nonbinding support for a plan by Greenskies of Middletown to install hundreds of solar panels at the borough and Pawcatuck sewer treatment plants.

Commission selects vendor for school solar projects

Apr 06, 2017
The Wilton Energy Commission has recommended that the town hire Middletown-based Greenskies Renewable Energies to install solar panels at Middlebrook and Miller-Driscoll schools.

Stonington sees savings from solar arrays at treatment plants

Apr 03, 2017
The Water Pollution Control Authority expressed interest Tuesday night in taking steps to bring solar panels to two of the town’s sewage treatment plants.

Middletown’s Greenskies to install solar at New York, Long Island schools

Mar 31, 2017
Greenskies Renewable Energy has been designated the approved solar contractor for school districts in northern and central New York state and Long Island, according to the New York Power Authority, which administers the state’s K-Solar program.

Stonington looking into solar energy to reduce costs at sewage plants

Mar 29, 2017
In an effort to cut costs, the town’s Water Pollution Control Authority is looking into the possibility of putting solar arrays at two of the town’s wastewater treatment plants.

NYPA Accelerates Plans to Help New York Schools Tap into Solar

Mar 02, 2017
Central New York, Long Island, North Country, Southern Tier, and Western New York Schools Have Opportunity to “Go Solar”