The new solar projects in New England, which will produce 9.0 MW of energy in total, are underway; may get completed by year-end
Amid high global demand for solar power, iSun, Inc., a leading solar energy and clean mobility infrastructure company recently announced that it secured three contracts with a total value of $9.7 million to implement solar energy solutions in communities in northern New England. It is noteworthy that iSun struck a new partnership with an integrated nationwide solar developer and won these projects.
Notably, the three new contracts are valued at $9.7 million together. The company believes that it underlines its ability to help construct significant commercial projects that advance the implementation of solar energy. As per the statement, the projects are underway and are estimated to be completed this year.
iSun’s chairman and CEO, Jeffrey Peck considers the three project awards from the company’s new partner as important wins. Peck said, “We are working diligently to address the continued strong customer demand for solar energy in our markets, and I’m very pleased with the success of our team in cultivating long-term customer relationships for iSun. The transition to clean energy remains the most important initiative of our generation and we are proud to assist more customers throughout our markets in achieving alternative energy solutions.”
The company said that the new awards of 9.0 MW in total will add to iSun’s already completed portfolio of projects in northern New England.
Established in 1972, iSun works to bring innovations in electrification technology and currently provides a comprehensive suite of solar services across residential, commercial, industrial & municipal, and utility-scale projects and provides solar electric vehicle charging solutions for both grid-tied and battery-backed solar EV charging systems. The company claims to have installed clean rooms, fibre optic cables, flight simulators, and over 600 megawatts of solar systems.