Nexamp recently celebrated the completion of the 6.5-MW Rumford Solar project in Central Maine Power (CMP) service territory. Located north of Portland, Maine, Rumford Solar is a community solar array that uses a Terrasmart tracking system.
“Fully developed and constructed by Nexamp, this is one of the first of our many active projects across Maine to go live,” explains Chris Clark, Chief Development Officer, Nexamp. “Rising energy costs and an urgent need to further the country’s energy independence objectives are driving the deployment of distributed renewable energy resources. Rumford is a great example of how communities can benefit, and we are excited to see the town realize savings across its municipal buildings as a participant in the Nexamp community solar program.”
Steve Mills, CEO of one of the subscribers Maine Beer Company, commented, “As a company that made a commitment to the environment from day one, we are excited to work with Nexamp in expanding the clean energy options in Maine both for businesses and individuals. Community solar provided by Nexamp supplements the solar power we create on our campus at Maine Beer Company, getting us closer and closer to our goal of operating 100% on clean energy.”
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