Boston, Solar Power NE: Martignetti Companies Collaborates with Beaumont Solar on New 680,305 sq ft LEED Certified Headquarters, Incorporating a 2.2 Megawatt Solar System
- Feb 13, 2017 8:43 pm GMT
Due to the regulatory complexity and tight program deadlines, the project involved working closely with the
Martignetti's 680,305 square foot building accommodated 7,030 solar modules that will generate approximately 2,596 MWh. With net metering secured, this means that the company is not paying higher energy rates for consumption during non-production hours.
"We are honored that
As corporations look at ways to better manage energy costs, deploying solar has become an attractive investment vehicle that can provide financial stability, quick ROI, as well as decreasing tax liability, and a boost to the bottom line. With various financing options available, off-taker power agreements and regulatory incentives, it has never been easier or more economically feasible to deploy solar. Solar is no longer a feel-good corporate program, but a proven financial vehicle to stabilize energy costs providing significant competitive advantage.
Beaumont has deployed over 200 solar projects with over 35 MW of power for commercial, industrial and municipal customers harnessing the value of sunlight – providing the affordable, fixed rate energy to power their offices, factories, schools, hospitals and more. Beaumont is known for providing best in class technologies backed by our unmatched capabilities to design and construct highly advanced solar systems on landfills, carports, rooftops and ground arrays for streamlined, reliable, cost-effective renewable energy solutions. Beaumont manages the entire project in-house, providing our customer an integrated, full-service approach.
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