• GSE NC-1

    Project GSE NC-1 GSE NC-1 is comprised of six project sites located in Clay and Cherokee Counties in North Carolina, totaling 5.MW. The projects will provide more than 7 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year to the community.  The power is provided from each project site into the local power grid operated by Blue Ridge Mountain Electric Membership Corporation in conjunction with the Tennessee Valley Authority. When combined, the clean electricity produced by Project GSE NC-1 saves more than 163,000 tons of CO2 from being released into our atmosphere over the project’s lifetime.

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  • GSE NM-1

    Project GSE NM-1 GSE NM-1 is a 2.9MW ground-mounted solar PV project consisting of 16 sites located in Roswell and Dexter, New Mexico. The project was constructed by Hunt Electric Corporation. The electricity produced from the project is sold to xCel Energy, the local electric utility that serves the area. Combined with its sister-project, GSE NM-2, the pair will provide more than 9 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year to the community, enough to serve the needs of approximately 780 homes. The CO2 emissions saved are estimated at over 226,125 tons, and the SO2 emissions saved are over 994 tons, over the projects’ useful life

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  • GSE NM-2

    GSE NM-2 GSE NM-2 is a 2.5 MW ground-mounted solar PV project located in the City of Roswell, NM. The project was built during the first half of 2013, with construction performed by S&C Electric Company. The electricity produced from the project is sold to Xcel Energy, the local electric utility that serves the area. Combined with its sister-project, GSE NM-1, the pair will provide more than 9 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year to the community, enough to serve the needs of approximately 780 homes. The CO2 emissions saved are estimated at over 226,125 tons, and the SO2 emissions saved are over 994 tons, over the projects’ useful life

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  • Project GSE MA-1

    GSE MA-1is a 4.3MW ground-mounted, fixed position solar PV project located in Sandwich, MA – the oldest town on Cape Cod. The energy from the project is purchased by the Town of Sandwich under a net metering program with NStar, the local electric utility. The Town estimates that they will save taxpayers millions of dollars in electricity costs over the project’s lifetime. The project will produce 5 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year to the community, enough to serve the needs of approximately 500 homes. The CO2 emissions saved are estimated at over 125,625 tons, and the SO2 emissions saved are over 552 tons, over the projects’ useful life.

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  • Project GSE MA-2

    GSE MA-2 is a 3.63MW ground-mounted solar PV project located in Shirley, MA. The electricity produced from the project is sold to the Devens Utility, the local electric utility that serves the area, which is part of MassDevelopment, the state’s finance and development authority. The project will produce 4.6 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year to the community, enough to serve the needs of approximately 400 homes. Over the project’s life, the CO2 emissions to be saved are estimated at over 117,000 tons, while the SO2 emissions to be saved are estimated at over 517 tons.

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