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Bethel Solar Project ( New York )

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The DSD Solar Project, set to achieve full operation in early 2024, is a beacon of sustainable energy in New York's Kennebec County.
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The Bethel Solar Project in New York’s Kennebec County will achieved full operational status sometime early 2024, marking a pivotal milestone in its mission to provide the local community with approximately 5.1 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of clean, affordable energy annually. This substantial capacity can power over 450 households and effectively offset about 3,595 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year.

Power Ray played a crucial role in the project, particularly in pile remediation, as the initiative was initially conceived to align with Bethel’s 2021 Climate Action Plan. The project underwent meticulous development to explicitly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from municipal operations. Additionally, its objectives included strategically cutting energy costs and contributing significantly to New York State’s overarching climate objectives.

Reaching full operational status isn’t just a technological milestone; it’s a significant step toward fostering a sustainable and environmentally friendly community. The Bethel Solar Project, with Power Ray’s active involvement in pile remediation, actively contributes to the local community’s energy needs while positively impacting the environment. It aligns with both municipal and state-level climate goals, standing as an example of how thoughtful planning and sustainable initiatives, including Power Ray’s expertise in pile remediation, can bring about meaningful change in the pursuit of cleaner, more affordable energy solutions.

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