The projects will generate approximately 22 million kilowatt hours of power in addition to 6 MWs of battery storage. The projects include ground-mounted, rooftop, and parking canopy solar facilities.
The Sherin and Lodgen team was led by Beth A. Goldstein, chair of the firm’s Renewable Energy Group, and associate Tanya M. Larrabee.
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