Past Solar and Wind Projects Developed by NFF
6 MW PV array using Canadian Solar panels and SMA Inverters. The site was built at an existing cranberry farm. The Power Purchase Agreements are signed with both the Town of Carver and Silver Lake Regional School District. The project was developed by No Fossil Fuel Dartmouth Solar, and was sold to Ameresco. EPC services were provided by locally owned Beaumont Solar.
No Fossil Fuel Marshfield Solar is a 3.99 MW solar array, commissioned in December of 2013 on a privately owned landfill with Yingli Panels and SMA 750 Inverters. The project was developed by No Fossil Fuel Marshfield Solar and is now Owned and Operated by Brookfield Renewable, one of the world's largest publicly-traded renewable power platforms. The EPC services were provided by Sundurance Energy.
The Town of Marshfield is the net metering municipal off-taker. The Town of Marshfield stands to save $2,000,000 in energy costs over the next 20 years. The amount of power generated from the facility is enough to power 500 homes.
Solar developed on a farm that had been owned and operated by the same family since the 1700s. We developed this farm as a joint venture and sold it to General Electric.
3.51 MW AC Solar canopy parking co-developed with NextGrid off 48 Marion Drive in Kingston. We used Canadian Solar bi-facial modules and Solectria inverters that were made in the US. This was sited adjacent to the MBTA commuter rail station, and commercial parking spots under the solar canopy are currently available to rent. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in renting space.
NextGrid Sycamore-No Fossil Fuel
This video shows the construction process from the initial sitework to mechanical completion. If you are a property owner interested in canopy parking, building mounted, or ground mount solar on your land, please contact Michael Frenette at the following email address: email@example.com
Commissioned February 2012, Kingston Wind is No Fossil Fuel’s flagship renewable energy development project. It is a 6MW farm compromising of three Gamesa 2.0 MW G90 turbines. As of June 30th, 2020 it has powered the equivalent of 4,309 homes a year on average. Within that same time, Kingston Wind offset a total of 67,176 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions that would have been generated by an electric plant using fossil fuel as a fuel source. To put things in perspective, this carbon dioxide amount is the equivalent of 14,513 cars producing emissions for an entire year.
No Fossil Fuel sells all Mass Class I RECs produced by No Fossil Fuel Kingston Wind to third parties.
Filmmaker Christopher Harting and dancer Isabel Mallon really captured the majestic quality of our turbines in this short film! Please enjoy "Windancer" in this video.