Cayuga County, New York Adds Solar Array - Smart Energy Decisions

Commercial, Solar  -  July 6, 2023

New York's Cayuga County Adds Solar Array

Cayuga County, New York, added a 4.8-megawatt, ground-mounted solar array as part of a community solar program.

The solar array was developed and constructed by Altus Power, Inc., an operator of commercial-scale solar facilities. The array will be owned and operated by Altus Power and will generate clean electric power for New York’s community solar program that provides energy to both municipal and residential customers.

“Altus Power continues to grow its audience of community solar customers across the country,” commented Lars Norell, Co-CEO of Altus Power, in a statement. “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 15 megawatts Altus Power expects to complete across New York this year. New York is one of eight states where Altus Power serves or is currently constructing arrays to power community solar programs. 

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