Annapolis, MD – New Energy Equity completed multiple solar projects totaling 10 megawatts in the state of New York for a variety of school districts and municipalities. The projects, undertaken as part of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) program, included solar installations for the Camden, NY, Central School District (2,442 kW); the City of Canandaigua, NY (2,500 kW); the Letchworth Central School District, in Gainesville, NY (1,602 kW); Madison County, NY (2,442 kW); and the Village of Clifton Springs, NY (350 kw). “It has been a pleasure working with the various school districts and municipalities to not only enable cost savings but to also bring green practices to the students in these locations,” 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.