Author: MCGB Staff Published: 1/11/2024 Montgomery County Green Bank
Silverton Condominiums, a condominium building in downtown Silver Spring, MD, installed a 106.2 kW solar PV system on the roofs of their building. This project was installed by Aurora Energy and is being managed under a Power Purchase Agreement with Skyview Ventures.
The community solar project will produce 126,636 kWh of clean, renewable solar energy throughout the first twelve months of use, and will avoid the consumption of 1,013,088 kWh of energy not sourced from the local utility provider over the next 20 years, mitigating 1,795 metric tons of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emissions. These energy savings will lead to a projected savings of $257,612 over 20 years in reduced electricity bills for the condos.
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