SatCon Provides Green Power to Greater Boston

Boston, Massachusetts [] SatCon Technology Corporation reports that its power conditioning units for a 425-kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic (PV) solar energy system located on an environmentally remediated brownfield (brightfield) have been providing highly efficient “green” power at a Brockton, Massachusetts, site since its dedication on October 26, 2006. This site is also the largest brightfield in the nation. This solar energy system generates an estimated 535 megawatt-hours (MWh) of electricity annually. The city of Brockton intends to build upon its solar leadership by expanding the solar energy power plant to an associated brownfield. Eventually the city plans to increase the Brockton Brightfield’s capacity to 1 megawatt (MW).
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