CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH – The Cuyahoga County Department of Sustainability, in partnership with AEP Onsite Partners, LLC, is bringing energy savings to the County through the installation of solar panels on three County buildings. Video and more at http://executive.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/Solar-Panel-Installations.aspx
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Enerlogics Solar-developed Cuyahoga County Aggregated Solar Program announces partnership with AEP Onsite Partners as project investor.
Enerlogics’ Cuyahoga County Landfill Solar Project Featured in American Infrastructure Magazine: Powering an Ohio Transformation
The conversion of a former landfill site into a solar farm is the largest project of its kind in Ohio After having seen the wide, open plains of the Midwest, it is difficult to believe that this region has not fully capitalized on the potential value of this space as an opportunity for creating energy. A county in Ohio sought to change that, to electrify its region, and to build…
Cuyahoga County Partnership with Enerlogics Solar, Third Sun Solar and Solar United Neighbors Helps Further Solar Deployments
Media contact: Mary Louise Madigan: (216) 698-2521, firstname.lastname@example.org CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH — Cuyahoga County continues to spearhead solar deployments in Northeast Ohio. The County recently approved the power purchase agreement (PPA) for solar to be deployed on the rooftop of three County-owned buildings: the Medical Examiner’s Office in Cleveland, the Animal Shelter in Valley View, and the Harvard Road Garage in Newburgh Heights. The Aggregated Solar Program enables these three buildings to produce…
Enerlogics’ Cuyahoga County Landfill Solar Project selected as Solar Builder 2018 Gold Project of the Year
Solar Builder 2018 Gold Project of the Year: Cuyahoga County Landfill The 2018 Gold Project of the Year is a monument to solar energy as a true local product. The developers are located in state. Over 80 percent of the construction and installation labor was in state. Even the foundations, racking and modules were manufactured in state. Solar Builder 2018 Gold Project of the Year: Cuyahoga County Landfill
Enerlogics Solar’s Cuyahoga Urban Renewable Power Project is now fully operational.
CLEVELAND, OH – While Ohio is not on the cutting of solar energy adoption and consumption, the state’s three biggest cities – Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati – are emerging as “solar builders,” according to an advocacy organization. Environment Maryland, a citizen-based advocacy project of Environment America, this week released the report, “Shining Cites: How Smart Local Policies Are Expanding Solar Power in America.” In the report, the organization finds that…
By Tristan Navera – Staff reporter, Columbus Business First Apr 4, 2018, 12:51pm IGS Energy is going to develop its first solar farm in Ohio on a former landfill. The Dublin-based company announced Wednesday that IGS Solar will build a 4-megawatt solar array on 17 acres of land in Brooklyn in Cuyahoga County. The 35,520-panel array will power about 5 percent of 16 county government buildings. The company is working with Enerlogics and…
April 4, 2018 This month, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Public Power (CPP) and IGS Solar will begin construction of a solar project located on 17 acres of a 75-acre landfill site in Brooklyn, Ohio. Estimated to provide over 5 GWh of electricity per year, the project will consist of 35,520 panels and be sized at approximately 4 MW DC – enough to supply approximately 5% of the electricity consumption for 16 county-owned commercial buildings….