Summit Ridge Energy (SRE) and Cedar Ridge Community Church (CRCC) have accomplished a 2.5 MW DC group solar mission in Montgomery County, Md. TurningPoint Energy developed the mission underneath Maryland’s Community Solar Pilot Program. The array was constructed on CRCC property and can present a whole bunch of subscribed households with decrease month-to-month energy prices.
“As a community of hope we are delighted to devote 8 acres of our property to solar power,” says Matthew Dyer, lead pastor at CRCC. “It’s a sensible and important expression of our want to play our half in making a sustainable future for this stunning planet all of us love and rely on.
“We’re proud to have partnered with CRCC and TurningPoint Energy and are excited to expand renewable energy access to low-income Marylanders,” states Brian Dunn, COO of SRE. “We also thank Councilman Hucker for his commitment to the legislation enabling this project’s completion.”
SRE owns the market share of Maryland’s group solar tasks (90 MW DC) working underneath the state’s Community Solar Pilot Program. Upon completion, their portfolio will power roughly 12,500 native properties and companies. Nearly one-third of the tasks will serve low-to-moderate revenue (LMI) prospects.
TurningPoint Energy is the main greenfield developer within the Maryland Pilot Program since its inception in 2016 and could have 40 MW DC or tasks in operation by the top of 2023.