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Green Lantern has raised the GLC Solar Fund, the first tax-equity fund of its kind in Vermont. Working with mission-driven institutional investors, the Fund is deploying capital in community-scale and commercial solar projects throughout the state. GLC Solar Fund supports our broader mission to connect investors with opportunities in renewable energy that feature attractive returns, and high-impact social and environmental benefits.
Village of Waterbury Solar
This 500kW community-scale solar array is located on the Village of Waterbury wellhead site in Waterbury Center Vermont. Green Lantern collaborated with the Village of Waterbury and the Waterbury Local Energy Action Partnership to develop the project. The array provides approximately 875,000kWh per year to the Village of Waterbury, Thatcher Brook Elementary School and the Town of Waterbury.
Commercial Solar Array, Jericho VT
Jericho Settler's Farm has been growing rapidly to meet demand from commercial accounts for their award-winning, pasture-raised meats, quality produce and free range eggs. A new cold-storage facility dramatically increased electric consumption and they wanted a solution. GLD worked with AllEarth Renewables and private investors to install an array that will generate an estimated 50,000kWh, enough to supply virtually all of the farm's power needs.
Westminster-Brattleboro-Putney Solar
This 500kW community-scale solar array is located on land owned by the Dukeshire family in Westminster. Vermont. Green Lantern developed the "virtual net-metered" project in collaboration with the towns of Brattleboro and Putney. The array provides approximately 875,000kWh per year to the towns which constitutes the majority of their annual electric usage.
Novus Barre Solar
This 500kW community-scale solar array is located on a former gravel pit owned by the Town of Barre. Green Lantern collaborated with lead developer Novus Energy Development to develop and finance the "virtual net-metered" project. The array provides approximately 875,000kWh per year to the Town of Barre and the Barre Schools. This project is a great example of how municipalities and private developers can collaborate to develop renewable energy on industrial/brownfield sites with limited development potential.
Crossett Brook Middle School Solar
This 150kW solar array is located on the grounds of Crossett Brook Middle School (CBMS) in Duxbury, Vermont. Green Lantern collaborated with the Waterbury Local Energy Action Partnership and Suncommon to develop and finance the project. The array provides approximately 200,000kWh per year to CBMS, and is a showcase project for CBMS earth sciences and sustainability curriculum.
Green Mountain College Solar
This 150kW solar array is located on the campus of Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vermont. Green Lantern collaborated with the Administration and Board of Trustees of the college to develop and finance the project. The array provides approximately 180,000kWh per year to the college, and is a showcase project for the college's "net-zero campus" initiative.
City of Rutland
This 150kW solar tracker array is located on land owned by the City of Rutland. The parcel is low-value agricultural and industrial land located behind a busy industrial and commercial corridor. The array complements a community garden that is located on the same site. Green Lantern provided the financing and worked closely with All-Earth Renewables to develop the project. The array provides approximately 210,000kWh per year to the City of Rutland, and was one of the featured kick-off projects for Green Mountain Power's "Solar Capital of Vermont" program.
Town of Williston
This 150kW solar tracker array is located on land owned by the Town of Williston, behind the municipal offices. Green Lantern provided the financing and worked closely with All-Earth Renewables to develop the project. The array provides approximately 210,000kWh per year to the Town of Williston, which constitutes the majority of its annual electric usage.
Sudbury Green Mountain College Solar
This 500kW community-scale solar array is located on Rte. 30 in Sudbury, Vermont. Green Lantern developed and financed the "virtual net-metered" project in collaboration with Green Mountain College located in Poultney, Vermont. The array provides approximately 875,000kWh per year to Green Mountain College. This project is a cornerstone of Green Mountain College's ambitious plan to become a net-zero energy campus.
Cold Hollow Cider Mill
This 150kW solar tracker array is located in a scenic field behind one of Vermont's most iconic tourist destinations, the Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury Center Vermont. Green Lantern provided the financing and developed the project in collaboration with Paul and Gayle Brown of Cold Hollow and AllEarth Renewables of Williston, Vermont. The array provides approximately 210,000kWh per year to Cold Hollow, a significant portion of its total annual electric demand.
St. Johnsbury Community Energy System
In collaboration with Kingdom Development Green Lantern conducted a Phase I and Phase II feasibility studies and completed a business plan for the St. Johnsbury Community Energy (SJCE) system. The project concept consists of a biomass CHP plant with a 600HP boiler, a 500KW electric turbine, and a hot-water district heating network that would provide power and heat to the campus of St. Johnsbury Academy, the St. J Public Schools and to institutional buildings along the Main St. The plant would use waste-wood from the local forestry industry as a fuel source, and would provide clean, renewable energy to the community.
South Royalton, VT Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in South Royalton, VT
Chester, VT Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in chester, VT
SweetFarm Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in Waterbury, VT
Pittsford Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in Pittsford, VT
Grandview Terrace Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in Rutland, VT
Williamstown Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in Williamstown, VT
Pine Hill Rd Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in Websterville, VT
West Burke Solar
This community-scale solar array is located in West Burke, VT
When developing complex projects, we know that success is rarely a straight line. We take an honest, committed and structured approach to all of our engagements. With our energy, connections and perseverance we help make projects happen.
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