Transform under-utilized land into long-term renewable energy projects.
Large scale, multi-megawatt projects are the perfect supplement to a modernized grid. Fossil fuels are becoming increasingly expensive and less reliable. Importing them from neighboring states only magnifies those costs.
With a solar installation, tying the power into an existing grid is inexpensive and producing the energy is free. Greenskies will design, finance, install and maintain the system for the lifetime of the contract, allowing electric distribution companies (EDCs) to provide clean power to their existing customers without increasing the cost.
Greenskies is a leader in utility-scale solar projects in the U.S.
- Projects 1MW up to 80MW
- Rooftop, canopy/carport and ground-mounted
- Industrial brownfields
- Superfund sites
- Capped landfills
- Unused or underused land
- Former Agricultural land
- Off-taker flexibility
- Community solar
- Behind the meter PPA
- Virtual net metering
- Qualified facilities direct to the Grid
Waterford Solar Farm
System Size: 18.68 MW
Highlights: Approximately 44,000 bifacial solar modules situated on 94 acres of underutilized land produce enough energy to power more than 3,700 homes per year.
Cape and Vineyard Solar One
New England (Cape Cod + Martha's Vineyard)
System Size: 22 MW
Highlights: 9 ground mount sites, 7 capped landfills, fueling 45% of the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative's municipal electric load.
City of Adelanto
System Size: 3.75 MW
Highlights: 20 total acres of solar production, generating 7,156,000 kW hours of clean electricity each year - reducing CO2 emissions by 4,934 tons.