Independent power producer Soltage has accomplished the development and commissioning of a 2.7 MW neighborhood solar undertaking in Pontiac, Ill. The undertaking is constructed on land owned by the City of Pontiac, and its energy gross sales are managed by MC Squared Energy Services.
The undertaking options single axis-trackers, bi-facial modules and incorporates native pollinator-friendly vegetation to learn the native atmosphere.
The Pontiac undertaking will provide over 4,000 MWh of renewable energy per 12 months to native municipal, business and residential neighborhood solar subscribers underneath the Illinois neighborhood solar program. Soltage is delivering energy to its clients by an ongoing partnership with a licensed different retail electrical provider, MC Squared. Announced in 2019, the partnership designates MC Squared to function Soltage’s unique subscription supervisor for the entire firm’s neighborhood solar tasks throughout Illinois over the following twenty years.
“We’re glad to continue the drumbeat of community solar development in Illinois to bring clean, affordable and reliable energy to the community in Pontiac and nearby geographies,” says Jonathan Roberts, vp of growth for Soltage. “After entering Illinois’ market in 2018, we’ve seen a great demand for community solar through our ongoing partnership with MC Squared and we look forward to increasing access to clean energy for residents and businesses alike.”
“We’re thrilled to continue our role with Soltage in growing Illinois’ clean energy sources to lower our emissions and provide residents and businesses with access to affordable energy around the clock,” feedback Chuck Sutton, president of MC Squared Energy Services. “It is exciting to see the state’s goal of reaching 100% carbon-free energy by 2045 roll out across the State, and we are glad to do our part in connecting zero carbon projects with energy consuming customers.”