7,500 kW Output Millinocket, ME
No cancellation fee
As your project pumps clean energy into the grid, less non-renewable energy needs to be produced. Annually, this project reduces the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere as much as any of the following actions:
Fewer Miles Driven
Lbs. of Coal Avoided
The 2008 closure of the Great Northern Paper Mill in Millinocket devastated the town, the people, and the region. Our Katahdin formed less than a month later--determined to invest in the community. Our Katahdin is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization working to promote community and economic development in the Katahdin region. By Our Katahdin purchasing the Millinocket GNP Mill site and investing more than $8mm into the critical infrastructure of the 1,400-acre property, exciting new opportunities for economic development, partnership and community engagement abound. One of the first development projects on the Mill site is a 7.5 MWdc ground-mounted solar system, which will generate 8,962,500 kWh annually. The community solar project will participate in the Maine Net Energy Billing program and provide utility bill savings for residential and small commercial customers in the region. Join our community solar project today and support Our Katahdin's mission of a resilient economy in the region!
The coverage map shows the local area that is able to participate in the project. If you're located within the shaded area shown and the project is accepting subscribers, you are able to join the project and support clean, local, more affordable power.
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Credits Applied: $0.00
Amount Due: $100.00
Credits Applied: -$100.00
Amount Due: $0.00
Generated: 1000 kWh
Amount Due: $90.00
When the recipient signs onto a project, both you and the recipient will receive a check for $25.
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