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SunEnergy1 goes Solar Grazing!

We are excited to announce Solar grazing at our solar farms. We are signing up with American Solar Grazing Association. Solar grazing reduces or eliminates the need for mowing at solar sites, reducing emissions and costs.With solar grazing, the vegetation at solar sites becomes a source of nutrition and a pasture for sheep.

Digital Realty and Facebook Announce Renewable Energy Virtual Power Purchase Agreement

Digital Realty contracted with SunEnergy1, which has developed and will own and operate the solar project, to be located within Virginia Electric and Power Company territory in North Carolina.  Under the terms of the agreement, all renewable energy certificates and environmental claims will be delivered to Facebook. 

Camp Southern Ground Goes 100% Renewable

 To celebrate Earth Day 2020, Camp Southern Ground tapped SunEnergy1 with the task of installing 1,700 individual panels, making the camp 100% powered by clean, renewable energy. 

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SunEnergy1 Donates Covid-19 Relief to Local Hospitals & First Responders

In an effort to aid local hospitals and first responders in their brave fight against Covid-19, SunEnergy 1 donated PPE masks.

Largest Interconnection Substation

 In 2016, SunEnergy1 built the largest interconnection substation to connect solar power to the grid (168 MW DC). The power generated from this site is sold to MIT, Boston Medical Center and Post Offive Square Redevelopment Corp. 

SunEnergy1 Signs 15-year Deal with Anthem Inc. 

The 182-acre solar energy field in Hanover County, VA will provide enough energy for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to offset it's power use from all of its U.S. offices in 26 states, or a total of about 10 million square feet of office space (~ 30,000 homes)  

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2017's Largest Solar Facility on the East Coast

 In 2017, SunEnergy1 developed Ranchland to complete Phase II of the largest solar facility on the East Coast (168 MW). This site is owned and operated by SunEnergy1 with power available to be sold to corporate and institutional partners. The site was built. in record time.