Green Street Power Partners develops 5-MW Massachussetts community solar array

Green Street Power Partners (GSPP), a commercial solar developer, owner and operator, has completed construction on a 5-MW ground-mounted community solar project in Boxborough, MA. All of the power is being sold to project partner Littleton Electric Light & Water Departments (LELWD), and it already has 2,000 subscribers. The system is expected to begin producing power at the beginning of 2019.

Green Street Power Partners completed a 5-MW ground mounted community solar array in Boxborough, Massachusetts.

“Though it took a lot of hard work from our team, we really enjoyed working with the town of Boxborough to get this community solar project off the ground” said Scott Kerner, CEO at GSPP. “We can’t thank Boxborough representatives enough for helping us gain support from the town.”

This project marks GSPP’s eighth community solar project in the past year.

“The Town of Boxborough is supportive of solar energy system projects and the solar array at 1414 Massachusetts Ave. recently constructed by Green Street Power Partners. Their team is the latest example of how the Town is working with private entities to provide renewable energy options for its residents and businesses” said Adam L. Duchesneau, town planner for Boxborough. “Since there are limited solar energy system opportunities on municipal land, we hope this project encourages other land owners to explore ways in which they can make their properties more sustainable or even provide direct energy benefits to others within the community.”

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