Altus Power Completes 1.3MW (DC) Project in Massachusetts

Apr 2, 2015 | News

Altus Power America Management, LLC (“APAM”) proudly announces the completion of a solar project in Sheffield, Massachusetts. APAM provided all the capital to build and operate the system and is selling clean power to the Town of Belchertown, MA under a 20 year net metering credit purchase agreement.

The Project will produce an estimated 1,601,002 kWh of power annually. This will offset an estimated 16,300 metric tons of CO2 emissions over the life of the solar project, which is the equivalent of 2,130,493 gallons of gasoline. The Sheffield, Massachusetts project expands Altus Power’s growing solar investment portfolio and underscores its ability to partner with municipal governments to deliver clean energy.

About Altus Power America Management

APAM is a Greenwich, Connecticut based company that invests in, owns and manages clean energy projects. Its principals draw on their deep expertise in finance, construction, engineering, and design to provide renewable energy and solar solutions to commercial, nonprofit, and public sector clients. Visit www.altuspower.com or call (203) 698-0090 for more information.

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