Patterson Rd North (1) – Shirley
Constructed on land leased from the Town of Shirley and the Shirley Water District, this solar facility is located adjacent to a cluster of other private solar farms and has been connected to the grid since June 2018. Smart inverters also provide ancillary benefits to the area, increasing the reliability of the grid.
The project is estimated to save approximately 131 pounds of sulfur dioxide, 526 pounds of nitrous oxides, and over 700,000 pounds of carbon dioxide every year.
- Size: 1000 kW DC
- 3,222 solar panels on about 7 acres of land
- Powering 100 average US homes