GreenSpark, CVE North America break floor on group solar initiatives in New York

GreenSpark Solar and CVE North America have begun building on a portfolio of 5 group solar initiatives totaling over 26 MW in New York. CVE North America, headquartered in New York City and a subsidiary of the France-based CVE Group, is targeted on creating, constructing and working group solar vegetation throughout the United States. GreenSpark has designed, engineered and constructed greater than 200 MW of renewable energy initiatives.

This 26 MW portfolio contains three initiatives in Manlius, New York; one in Wheatfield, New York; and one in Ransomville, New York. CVE owns and can function the initiatives whereas GreenSpark has been contracted for main engineering, procurement and building (EPC) providers. The initiatives are a part of CVE’s broader portfolio of 13 initiatives at the moment below building within the state, totaling 73 MW.

“This partnership with GreenSpark combines our companies’ collective solar expertise to design and construct cutting-edge community solar projects that will provide locally produced renewable energy.” mentioned Ben Dereume, technical director of CVE. “CVE is excited to be working with GreenSpark, aligning on our core missions and values, both as Certified B-corporations, to contribute to a more equitable energy transition by expanding New York residents’ access to affordable clean energy.”

Construction on the Wheatfield and Ransomville initiatives began earlier this 12 months and the three Manlius initiatives broke floor this month. As a part of the New York Value of Distributed Energy Resources (VDER) program, all 5 initiatives might be group solar installations and obtain funding from the NYSERDA’s NY-Sun program that goals to make solar energy extra accessible to properties, companies and communities.

“With our 21 years of history here in New York, we are always looking for new partners like CVE to welcome their investment in the communities of Western New York,” mentioned Kevin Schulte, CEO of GreenSpark. “Our experience will help to make sure these projects will produce clean electricity for a long time, while also ensuring that CVE is a good neighbor to the communities we are working in.”

Once accomplished, the initiatives will convey electrical energy invoice financial savings to over 4,600 low to moderate-income residents and generate 37,000 MWh of unpolluted electrical energy yearly. In addition to delivering clear energy to the communities the place they’re constructed, the initiatives will present native employment alternatives throughout building and operations in addition to environmental advantages. As a part of CVE’s Green Initiative, an estimated $48,200 might be donated to native environmental nonprofits.

The initiatives are anticipated to be totally operational by early 2024. 

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