SolarSense announces the construction, commissioning and live operational status of 381 kW of Solar PV production in its' behind-the-meter commercial solar fleet. The projects, completed with EPC firms Solular, Eclipse Solar, and Kearse Electric, weathered the unprecedented earthquake, hurricane and rain which hit NJ in 2011 without a hitch. Actual performance results for the fleet in its first year of production were 107.6% (comparing actual kwh production vs. forecasted PV Watts production).SolarSense attributes this performance success to the combination of: Highly competent EPC firms; Best in class designs; Industry-leading Tier 1 products including MOTECH, SunPower and MAGE Solar PV Panels, and SMA and Enphase Inverters; And proactive performance monitoring and O&M on the fleet.
SolarSense secures $745,000 in new capital for the construction and project financing of (2) host customers’ commercial Solar PV system in NJ. Terms of the debt financing are undisclosed.
Shamong Township, voted the 6th best place to live in NJ, selects SolarSense and EPC services firm Renergy, Inc. for a (15) year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to offset their utility expenses.
SolarSense announces the "Go Green" solar ground breaking ceremony at Valenzano Winery on April 6th. In attendance will be the owners of Valenzano Winery, EPC firm Solular, and the solar screw, ground-mount and racking provider TerraSmart.
Click the link below to read The Burlington County Times coverage of the event.
SolarSense celebrates 1 Mega-Watt of solar power placed into the Mid-Atlantic marketplace via PowerPurchaseAgreements or end-customer purchases of solar systems.
SolarSense Founder & CEO to present the State of Solar PV and renewable energy alternatives at the Mid-Atlantic Hospitality Finance and Technology Providers March Meeting.
SolarSense enters into (2) PowerPurchaseAgreement Letters of Intent for 655,000 kWh's of solar power per year with:
•A 96-year old private college in the PA Main Line. The PPA will provide 480,000 kWh's of solar power per year for a 20-year initial term.
•The Assembly of God Church in Southern NJ. The PPA will provide 175,000 kWh's of solar power per year for a 15-year initial term.
SolarSense secures $350,000 in capital for project financing of company-owned and operated Solar PV PPA’s in NJ. Terms of the debt financing are undisclosed.
SolarSense secures $225,000 in capital for the construction and project financing of a host customers’ commercial Solar PV system in NJ. Terms of the debt financing are undisclosed.
Valenzano Winery, a family owned and operated premiere Winery & Vintner in Shamong Township, New Jersey, enters into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with SolarSense and EPC firm Solular for their 85 kilowatt Solar PV solution.