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Green Stream teams with KMB to design five multi-MW solar farms in New York

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Green Stream Holdings says it is working once again with full service engineering solutions provider KMB Design Group to assist the company in installing additional ground-mount solar farms. The company previously contracted with KMB in order to have them conduct solar feasibility studies for three separate locations in the State of New York. Each site is 37 acres. Two of the studies have been completed. The first of the three locations was recently completed for, 312 Cornish Hill Road, Cooperstown, N.Y., and the second 37 acre site was at Hadley, N.Y.

KMB is a full service engineering solutions provider that has provided designs and engineering services for over 1,000 projects and 1,500 MW for a wide range of solar installations from small scale to large scale. KMB Design Group is licensed in 50 states. Their study will determine the most efficient configuration for the arrays, estimated production matters, utility interconnect feasibility and process, as well as to identify any potential incentive programs.

Green Stream Finance is a solar utility and finance company with satellite offices in Malibu, CA and New York, and is currently licensed in California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Colorado, Hawaii, and Canada. The company’s next-generation solar greenhouses constructed and managed by Green Rain Solar, LLC, a Nevada-based division, utilize proprietary greenhouse technology and trademarked design developed by world-renowned architect Mr. Antony Morali.

The company is currently targeting high-growth solar market segments for its advanced solar greenhouse and advanced solar battery products. The company has a growing footprint in the significantly underserved solar market in New York City where it is targeting 50,000 to 100,000 square feet of rooftop space for the installation of its solar panels.

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