Verogy, a Hartford, Connecticut-based solar energy developer, completed a rooftop solar project at the Women and Families Center (WFC) in Meriden.
“The Women and Families Center has been a great partner on this solar project,” said Will Herchel, CEO at Verogy. “WFC does amazing work and we’re pleased that by adopting clean energy, the agency will now be able to save on their energy costs, which unfortunately have been steadily rising. It was our pleasure to work with such a forward-looking organization.”
Thanks to the new solar project, WFC expects their annual electric bills to be reduced by more than 50%.
“We’re grateful for the opportunity to work with Verogy to make our clean energy vision a reality,” said Wayne Valaitis, CEO at the WFC. “Our October 2021 electric bill was $1,308. This past October we were thrilled to see that our bill was only $535; our solar project cut our bill by nearly 60%. The savings on our electric costs will provide a tangible financial benefit, allowing us to direct more of our funding to programs that help families throughout Middlesex County and Greater New Haven.”
WFC’s 45-KWDC solar installation will produce 68,123 kWh annually. Verogy designed, engineered and installed the project, which was then purchased by WFC who will own the project permanently.
News item from Verogy