Altus Power completes 5 MW community solar array in New York

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Altus Power Inc. has completed the development and construction of a 4.8 MW ground-mounted solar array in Cayuga County, New York.

The asset will be owned and operated by Altus Power and will generate clean electric power in support of New York’s community solar program, serving both municipal and residential customers.

“Altus Power continues to grow its audience of community solar customers across the country,” said Lars Norell, co-CEO of Altus Power, an Stamford, Connecticut-based independent developer, owner and operator of commercial-scale solar facilities in the United States. “Our team is focused on turning newly constructed assets into operation and we continue to bring more assets into construction, many of them in support of community solar programs that make solar power at a discount an option for anyone who receives electricity from their local electric utility company.”

The Cayuga County array is part of a 15 MW solar initiative that Altus Power expects to complete across New York during 2023. New York is one of eight states where the company serves or is currently constructing solar arrays to power community solar programs. Residential customers can download the Altus Power App from the Apple Store or Google Play Store to see if an Altus Power solar array is available for subscription in their local utility service-area.

Altus Power develops clean electric power systems that serves commercial, industrial, public sector and community solar customers with end-to-end solutions. The company originates, develops, owns and operates locally sited solar generation, energy storage and charging infrastructure across the United States.

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