Community Solar

7.4 MW of Community Solar - China, Maine

7.4 MW

Borrego designed and built a 7.4 MW ground mount solar project in China, Maine.

Community Solar

Pleasant St - Dunstable, MA

10.4 MW solar + 4.5 MW / 20.1 MWh storage

Borrego EPC designed and built this solar plus storage project in Dunstable, MA for AES. This innovative project optimizes battery technology by combining a 20 MWh Fluence energy storage battery system with 10.5 MW of ground mounted solar, all within the same interconnection.

Community Solar

Allis Road - Medina, NY

7.3 MW

Borrego developed, designed, and built this community solar project in Medina, NY. The 7.3 MW solar system, owned by AES, is expected to generate enough clean energy to power approximately 795 homes and offset more than 5,400 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually.

Utility

Bodega Ave - Petaluma, CA

2.5 MW

Borrego EPC designed and built a 2.5 MW ground mount solar project on a 20 acre parcel in Petaluma, located in Sonoma County.

Community Solar

South Main - Freetown, MA

11.7 MW Solar + 26 MWh Storage

Borrego developed, designed, and built this turnkey solar plus storage project on a formerly capped landfill.

Community Solar

Bullock Road Solar + Storage

12 MW Solar + 26 MWh Storage

Borrego developed, designed, and built this complex solar-plus-storage project in Freetown, MA. Working at the forefront of large scale solar and storage technology, Borrego engineered this DC-coupled system with high DC-to-AC ratios to enable the system owner to push more clean energy onto the local electrical grid.

Utility

Utility Scale Solar in Milo, Maine

27 MW

Borrego designed and built a 27 MW ground mounted utility solar project in Milo, Maine.

Large Commercial

University of Massachusetts

17 MW

Borrego Solar designed and constructed this portfolio of fixed tilt ground-mounts totaling 17 MW DC, that is virtually net-metered to several University of Massachusetts campus facilities.

Utility

sPower Shoreham Solar Project

14.3 MW

The sPower Shoreham solar project is in the Village of Shoreham in Suffolk County, Long Island.  This is Borrego Solar's fourth completed utility project on Long Island.

Utility

National Grid Utility Solar Portfolio

12.8 MW

National Grid is investing in 12.8 megawatts of solar capacity as part of its plan to bring additional utility-owned solar generation to Massachusetts.

Large Commercial

Plymouth Public Schools District

10.2 MW

Plymouth Public Schools saves ~$400,000 annually in energy costs, and all without incurring the upfront $11 million cost to build the project.

Utility

sPower Riverhead Solar Farm

9.1 MW

The sPower Sutter and Sterlington solar projects in the Town of Riverhead, Suffolk County, Long Island. The two projects comprise the sPower Riverhead Solar Farm.

Utility

Southern California Edison—Seneca

8.39 MW

This 8.3 MW ground-mount is part of the second portfolio of projects Borrego Solar completed under the Southern California Edison CREST program, and the fourth portfolio of projects within the utility load zone.

Large Commercial

Worcester's Greenwood Street Landfill

8.1 MW

Borrego Solar developed, designed, permitted and installed the Worcester solar landfill project. We will also be providing O&M services.

Large Commercial

Sacramento International Airport

7.9 MW

The 7.9MW Sacramento Airport solar project consists of a 15-acre east site on Aviation Drive and a 20-acre site north of the runway. The facility is comprised of more than 23,000 LG solar panels mounted on NEXTracker racking that tracks the sun’s path from east to west over the course of the day, maximizing efficiency and energy production.

Large Commercial

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

7.5 MW

Borrego Solar recently completed construction on a 7.5MW carport solar project on Six Flags Discovery Kingdom's main parking lot. The installation is the first solar project for a theme park in the west and one of the largest carport installations in the country.

Community Solar

Belfast, Maine — Community Solar

7.1 MW

Borrego EPC designed and built a 7.1 MW ground mounted solar project in Belfast, Maine.

Large Commercial

High Hill Road/Purchase Street/Braley Road

6.2 MW

Borrego Solar’s Project Developers work with large commercial customers in a variety of ways.

Large Commercial

Bay Area Biotechnology Company

6 MW

Borrego Solar developed, designed and installed roof-top and carport solar across 14 sites at a large corporate campus of a Bay Area biotechnology company. The project was completed in May 2018.

Large Commercial

Palmer Metropolitan Airfield

6 MW

The Palmer Airfield project is unique in that it is both the first and, at 6 MW, the largest Department of Energy Resources (DOER) qualified brownfield project under the Massachusetts SREC II solar energy incentive program.

Large Commercial

Chaffey Community College District

5.5 MW

Borrego Solar designed and built the 5.5 megawatts of solar carports on parking lots across three sites: 4.4 MW at Chaffey College, 775 kilowatts (kW) at the Chino Campus and 305 kW at the Fontana campus.

Large Commercial

San Diego International Airport

5.5 MW

San Diego International Airport is expected to save millions in energy costs over the course of the 20-year power purchase agreement with NRG, the owner of the system, which enabled the Airport Authority to go solar with no upfront cost.

Large Commercial

Gore Mountain Ski Resort (Olympic Regional Development Authority)

5.3 MW

The Gore Mountain Ski Resort solar project is the largest solar installation dedicated to a ski resort in the nation. The project supports NY Governor Cuomo’s goal to have 50 percent of the State’s electricity come from renewable sources by 2030.

Large Commercial

5MW Solar System at Pacific Ethanol Plant

5 MW

Borrego designed and built this 5MW tracker solar array at Pacific Ethanol's Madera, Calif. plant. The solar system will meet 2/3 of its energy demand and is estimated to save the company $1 million in energy costs annually.

Large Commercial

University of Massachusetts Boston

3.9 MW

National Development, Altus Power America, Borrego Solar Systems and Competitive Energy Solutions partnered on this 3.9 megawatt roof-top solar installation, located on a 430,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution center straddling the Boston/Dedham line.

Large Commercial

City of North Adams

3.5 MW

The City of North Adams celebrated the completion of its 3.5 megawatt (MW) solar array built on top of its capped landfill in the fall of 2015.

Large Commercial

Edward Air Force Base Solar Installation

3.4 MW

The single-axis tracker military solar power installation at Edwards Air Force Base, totaling 3.4 megawatts DC, was installed for no money down. The solar arrays are offsetting about 6% of the energy consumption at the North Base, South Base, and the Air Force Research Laboratory facilities.

Large Commercial

Newport Mesa Unified School District

3.2 MW

Solar to build 32 systems across its district ―among the most systems for any district in the country.

Utility

Silveira Ranch — Novato, CA

3.5 MW

Borrego EPC designed and built a 3.5 MW ground mount solar project developed and owned by Renewable Properties, a developer and investor of small-scale utility and community solar projects in the U.S.

Utility

American Canyon

3 MW

Borrego Solar recently completed construction on Napa County’s first feed-in-tariff project: the Renewable Properties’ 3MW AC ground-mounted tracker solar project in American Canyon.

Large Commercial

Liberty Union High School District

3 MW

The Liberty Union High School District is committed to focusing its resources on the achievement of academic and personal success for all students.

Utility

Taunton Municipal Light & Power

2.94 MW

Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant (TMLP) is a Massachusetts municipal electric lighting plant utility offering electric and Internet services to more than 36,000 customers in Taunton, Raynham, Berkley, North Dighton, and Lakeville.

Large Commercial

Ithaca College

2.9 MW

Borrego Solar co-developed, designed and built Ithaca College's 2.9 MW solar array while Greenwood Energy will own and operate it.

Utility

Southern California Edison in Desert Hot Springs

2.9 MW

Producing enough electricity annually to power 251 single-family homes

Utility

Southern California Edison PV Program

2.9 MW

Outside of Los Angeles, California, the commercial property owners of these warehouse and distribution centers are tapping into a new source of revenue from the sun. As landlords, they’re able to lease the space within their buildings to tenants, and through a partnership with solar developers who work in wholesales distributed generation (WDG), they’re able to lease their rooftops as well.

Large Commercial

San Diego Community College District

2.8 MW

At just over 2.8 MW DC, the San Diego Community College District solar power installation is one of the largest Community College District installation in the state.

Large Commercial

Tompkins Cortland Community College

2.6 MW

The 2.6 megawatt Tompkins Cortland Community College solar array, located on its main campus in Dryden, New York is expected to meet 90 percent of its electricity demand, generating the equivalent amount of electricity needed to power approximately 440 homes annually.

Large Commercial

Houghton College

2.6 MW

Houghton College put unused land to work by installing one of the largest solar arrays on a college campus in New York.

Large Commercial

Town of Ludlow Solar Landfill

2.6 MW

17 acres of undesirable capped landfill is now producing enough clean energy to save the community over $100,000 annually in energy costs.

Large Commercial

Assumption College Solar Array

2.5 MW

Founded in 1904, Assumption is a Catholic college known for its classic liberal arts curriculum and strong academic programs in business and professional studies.

Utility

Anaheim Convention Center

2.4 MW

This 2.4 megawatt roof-mounted solar array, owned by Anaheim Public Utilities (APU) and the City of Anaheim, is built atop the Anaheim Convention Center’s Exhibit Halls A, B, and C.

Large Commercial

Town of Easthampton Landfill

2.3 MW

At the beginning of 2012, the Easthampton Landfill fixed-tilt ballasted solar energy system was the largest of its kind in the state of Massachusetts, totaling 2.3 megawatts DC. The municipality was able to take advantage of Borrego Solar's integrated solar financing to go solar for zero capital outlay.

Large Commercial

Coast Citrus Distributors

2.1 MW

Borrego Solar developed, built and facilitated financing for three projects for Coast Citrus Distributors, a wholesaler of fruits and vegetables in the United States and Mexico since 1950.

Large Commercial

Town of Methuen Landfill

2.1 MW

Methuen began exploring the idea of a solar farm in late 2009.

Energy Storage

Braintree Electric Light Department

2 MW / 4.2 MWH

Borrego Solar developed, designed, and managed the installation of a 2 megawatt/4.2 megawatt-hour lithium-ion energy storage system for Braintree Electric Light Department (BELD).

Large Commercial

Clif Bar & Company

2 MW

Borrego Solar developed and installed Clif Bar's 2 megawatt ground-mount and canopy solar energy system, which is expected to generate an annual output of more than 3 million kilowatt hours of electricity, the equivalent of the solar power needed to run 280 homes for a year.

Large Commercial

Benicia Unified School District

1.4 MW

Borrego Solar designed and built solar carports at four schools within the Benicia Unified School District. These solar shade structures utilized existing space in school parking lots and playgrounds to generate solar energy that will save the district in energy costs.

Large Commercial

San Diego County Water Authority

1.73 MW

With the use of Borrego Solar's integrated power purchase agreement (PPA), the San Diego County Water Authority will save approximately $1.7 million in energy for no money down.

Community Solar

85 Wauwinet Road

1.3 MW

Borrego Solar developed, designed, and built a 1.3 MW community solar project in Barre, Mass. that is generating clean energy alongside the landowner’s farming operations. Clearway Energy Group owns the project.

Large Commercial

Town of Dartmouth Landfill Solar Project

1.3 MW

With a portfolio of several large-scale commercial solar farms, and more than 100 projects altogether (including many residential rooftop systems) as of May 2013, the South Coast town of Dartmouth had over 9.2 megawatts of solar PV installed.

Large Commercial

Sierra Community College District

1.25 MW

The Sierra Community College District is made up of four separate campuses covering over 3,200 square miles, serving students in Placer, Nevada, El Dorado, and Sacramento counties.

Large Commercial

Johnson & Johnson Corporate Offices

1.24 MW

The solar array provides 40% of the building’s energy consumption and provides consistent power during high demand summer days.

Large Commercial

Madera Community Hospital

1.14 MW

Madera Community Hospital (MCH) is a not-for-profit community health resource, dedicated to actively promoting and maintaining the health and well-being of more than 140,000 local residents throughout the county and beyond.

Large Commercial

Mt San Jacinto College

1.1 MW

Borrego Solar developed and built Mt San Jacinto College's 1.1 megawatt solar project located on the northeast side of campus.

Large Commercial

New Age Industries

1.1 MW

At the time of installation, New Age Industries' 1.1 megawatt solar power installation was the largest roof mounted array in Bucks County, PA. The installation is offsetting 50% of the company's energy needs, and will pay for itself in just a few years.

Large Commercial

University of California San Diego

1.1 MW

We are grateful to Borrego Solar, the PPA provider and Kyocera Solar for their assistance in helping make the solar energy aspect of this project a reality. Borrego's experience and expertise will allow us to quickly activate the system and maximize its efficiency, and the PPA provided us with a creative financing solution that fits our needs.

Large Commercial

Yuba College

1 MW

Borrego Solar designed, developed, and built a 1 megawatt solar carport system for Yuba College, a community college in the Yuba Community College District in Northern California. The solar system is expected to result in $10 million of avoided utility costs over the life of the system.