Solar Energy for Municipalities

With solar energy, municipalities save from the start. No investment required means you benefit from clean energy at a reduced rate from day one. Keep scrolling to see municipalities that have gone solar with Verogy.

Learn more about our past municipal projects here:

  • WEST HARTFORD TOWN HALL

  • KING PHILIP MIDDLE SCHOOL

Town of West Hartford

Total Portfolio Size: 648 kW

“Recent increases in our utility costs make it even more important that we take control of our energy expenses. Partnering with Verogy is helping West Hartford save money and support clean, renewable locally-generated energy.” – Catherine Diviney, Town of West Hartford Energy Specialist

  • Bristol Solar One

City of Bristol

Bristol Solar One: 4,124 kW

“The City of Bristol is looking forward to the renewable energy benefits the project will produce for our community, as well as the economic benefits to the city as an off taker of the project through virtual net metering” – Justin Malley, Executive Director of Bristol’s Economic and Community Development

  • East Hartford Senior Center

City of East Hartford

Total Portfolio Size: 121 kW

“Sustainability is an important goal in East Hartford, that’s why we have taken steps to adopt clean transportation, energy efficiency and other measures, the completion of the solar array at the Senior Center makes it the 10th solar installation in town, demonstrating our passion for reducing our carbon footprint and investing in renewable energy. The solar panels at the Senior Center are the latest example of how East Hartford is making our community ‘greener’ while saving taxpayers’ money.” – East Hartford Mayor Mike Walsh

  • BAILEY MIDDLE SCHOOL

  • ANNA V. MOLLOY SCHOOL

  • CARRIGAN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

City of West Haven

Total Portfolio Size: 1,683 kW

The three projects atop West Haven school buildings will produce approximately 969,685 kilowatt hours of Class I renewable energy their first year, while saving taxpayers a combined average of $118,800 annually for the 25-year term.  The renewable energy produced will offset the equivalent of 685 metric tons of carbon dioxide each year.

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