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.
Borrego EPC designed and built a 2.5 MW ground mount solar project on a 20 acre parcel in Petaluma, located in Sonoma County.
11.7 MW Solar + 26 MWh Storage
Borrego developed, designed, and built this turnkey solar plus storage project on a formerly capped landfill.
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.
Borrego designed and built a 27 MW ground mounted utility solar project in Milo, Maine.
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.
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.
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.
Plymouth Public Schools saves ~$400,000 annually in energy costs, and all without incurring the upfront $11 million cost to build the project.
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.
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.