The Gold Meadow Farms Solar Project, developed by Southern Sky Renewable Energy and currently being constructed by Conti Solar, is the largest solar farm in Rhode Island. The 21MW project is providing clean energy and jobs to hundreds of people across the state.
Conti Solar was contracted by Falck Renewables to design, procure and install a 6.0 MW ground mount solar array in the 100-year-old Richardson Dairy Farm.
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) was formally a U.S. Army Cavalry Remount Station and was used to train horses, mules and K-9s for military use during World War I and II.
Triangle T Ranch is one of the largest almond and pistachio farms in California. This project was designed to offset Hancock Natural Resource Group’s (HNRG’s) operating expenses at the TTR and contribute to their sustainable farming practices.
As one of the foremost solar energy developers in the eastern United States, BlueWave Capital worked for a number of months to develop the Mendon Providence Street Project.
Conti designed, engineered and constructed one of the largest solar projects in New England on an incredibly fast track schedule.
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.
Greenwood Energy was looking for the top EPC contractor to complete the Buxton Street solar project and contracted Conti to clear the site and engineer and construct the installation.
As a new investor in the United States solar market, GD Development was looking for the top EPC contractor to complete the Lumberton Solar Project. After an exhaustive search, they chose Conti as their partner.
Conti’s first international solar project, this 5MW system is helping the Israeli army kick-off their long-term renewable energy initiative.
Conti took over the struggling project, financed it and completed the EPC work within 3 months to meet tight deadlines.