Nexamp, Inc. celebrated the completion of its newest community solar project, a 700kW facility located in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
"Lunenburg has enjoyed a very beneficial relationship with Nexamp," said Phyllis Luck, Board of Selectman, Town of Lunenburg. "In addition to the Town's net metering agreement, which is expected to generate over $600,000 in utility cost savings over the next 20 years, Nexamp has extended the partnership to include our Town's residents, who remain keenly interested in community solar. In fact, Nexamp enrolled nearly 40 Lunenburg households in two weeks' time to their Solarize My Bill community solar program and these residents should save over $275,000 in electricity costs over the term of their subscriptions with Nexamp."
"Fitchburg Solar demonstrates the impact solar energy has on the community, the environment, and the economy," said Zaid Ashai, Chief Executive Officer of Nexamp. "At the core of Massachusetts' burgeoning community solar market, net metering enables Nexamp to expand solar access to previously underserved customers while supporting the local economy by creating jobs and generating hundreds of thousands of dollars in savings for the community. This project - with the support of the Town of Lunenburg, the City of Fitchburg, the landowners, and our local Solarize My Bill subscribers – is just the latest example of the robust clean energy economy that has matured in Massachusetts under the Baker Administration."