Annapolis, MD – New Energy Equity completed a solar project on approximately two acres of land on the campus of the Dublin School, in Dublin, NH, an independent boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12. The solar array is comprised of approximately 1,330 solar modules and the system is expected to produce 600,000 kilowatts of electricity per year, which was the total current electrical needs of the school at the time of the project, according to Dublin School; the school created a mini-site to monitor the solar energy production. “We are pleased to provide the students of Dublin School with an opportunity to see sustainability firsthand on their land and use this project as an educational experience,” said Ian Palmer, CEO, New Energy Equity.
New Energy Equity specializes in the financing and development of commercial and small utility renewable energy projects. The company focuses on transactions within the United States ranging from 200kW to 5MW. New Energy Equity works with investors, both public and private, to provide dependable financing resources for the development and completion of end-to-end renewable energy transactions.
New Energy has the resources, expertise and experience to handle all aspects of development, construction and long-term asset management. The company brings together more than 50 years of experience developing projects in the solar, telecom, corporate finance and construction industries.
For more information please visit New Energy Equity’s website at www.newenergyequity.com.