The Elizabeth Mine Site is one of the largest historic mining sites in New England located between the towns of Strafford and Thetford, Vermont.
Eversource, the largest utility in NH, MA and CT, was approved by their state regulators to develop, construct and operate 44MW of solar facilities across all of MA to directly save their rate payers money.
The Dover Landfill, located in Dover Massachusetts, is a former municipal solid waste landfill owned by Hale Reservation and operated by the Town of Dover that ceased operation in 1987. BlueWave Solar entered into an agreement to develop a commercial-scale solar PV system on the landfill.
Located on Hobomock Street in Pembroke, Massachusetts, Conti Solar, Onyx, and the Town of Pembroke worked together to convert the capped landfill into a solar array. Once an old dump that started accepting waste in the 1920’s, the landfill is now generating clean renewable energy for the town.
The Brockton Municipal Landfill is located in eastern Massachusetts, 15 miles south of Boston in the city of Brockton.
IGS Solar, a commercial and residential solar provider and an affiliate company of IGS Energy, one of the largest independent retail energy suppliers in the country, contracted Conti Solar to provide EPC services for Ohio’s largest landfill project. This project is also Ohio’s solar power generation plant.
Dix Solar LLC (True Green Capital) contracted with the Federal Government to lease the property for the construction of a solar array at their closed landfill at Joint Base MDL. Dix Solar contracted Conti to engineer, construct, and commission the 16.5MW ballast mounted solar installation.
Citizens Solar contracted Conti to engineer, procure and construct this 3.5 MW ground mount system on this former landfill in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts.
Citizens Energy Corporation is a leader in turning brownfields to brightfields by installing solar arrays on capped and closed landfills. The Agawam Landfill solar project was one of five projects Citizens selected Conti as their engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor.
The Amesbury site, formerly the Hunt Road landfill, is one of the largest photovoltaic (PV) solar landfills in Massachusetts and one of five projects Conti was awarded by Citizens Energy Corporation.
Greenwood Energy leased landfill property from Schweitzer-Manduit International to install, test and commission, operate and maintain the Willow Hill solar project.
This large solar array was built on an 18-acre municipal landfill owned and operated by the Bernards Township. Conti was contracted by New Jersey Resources Corporation to provide turnkey engineering, procurement, permitting and construction services for this project.
Conti helped the Town of Rehoboth convert their town-owned landfill to an efficient solar energy facility generating significant revenue for them.
As part of PSE&G’s Solar 4 All Program, these projects were among the first to transform otherwise unusable landfill space into solar generating facilities.