Verogy presented on the project on June 10th to the members of the Essex Meadows Green Committee, as well as residents and staff, outlining the environmental, financial, and community benefits that the solar array will create.
“Essex Meadows has a long history of embracing environmental innovation,” said William Herchel, Chief Executive Officer of Verogy. “We were pleased to have the opportunity to bring clean energy to this great community and its residents.”
“We are so happy to have found a solar energy solution that compliments the beauty of our grounds. Working with Verogy has proved to be a win-win,” said Jennifer Rannestad, Executive Director of Essex Meadows.
The solar arrays are owned by Essex Meadows and as a result, the community will receive all ZREC (Zero Emission Renewable Energy Credit) benefits as well as the utility savings the panels generate. Over the 35-year lifetime of the systems, Essex Meadows can expect to see a net cumulative benefit of over $4 million