Minnesota Community Solar Garden – Cokato, MN

Project Name

Minnesota Community Solar Garden – Cokato, Minnesota

 

General Project Overview

  • DC = 1.329 MW
  • AC = .929 MW
  • Fixed racking with over 3,800 modules

 

Description

The project was completed in early summer of 2020

Minnesota Community Solar Garden – McLeod, MN

Project Name

Minnesota Community Solar Garden – McLeod, MN

 

General Project Overview

  • DC = .1.416 MW
  • AC = 1 MW
  • Fixed racking with over 4,100 modules.

 

Description

The project was complete early summer of 2020.

Dakota County Solar Garden

 

Project Name

Dakota County Solar Garden Program

 

General Project Overview

  • DC = 1.441 MW
  • AC = 1.000 MW
  • Fixed tile racking with string inverters.

 

Description

The solar garden was completed in the Spring of 2020. The project is providing subscribers with clean, renewable energy in southeast Minnesota, supporting the State’s energy goals.

Byron Community Solar Garden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Name

Minnesota Community Solar Garden Program – Byron, Minnesota

 

General Project Overview

  • DC = 1.416 MW
  • AC = 1.00 MW
  • Fixed tilt solar racking with string inverters.

 

Description

This solar garden was built in the winter of 2019 with the predictable winter challenges of Minnesota. Snow, cold and wind created tough working conditions. Our team’s determination and problem solving allowed us to provide the client their system on time and on budget.  We also worked to keep the community informed on the progress of the project.

Today, the project is producing a steady flow of clean, renewable energy for the local community and is visually a work of art.

St. Cloud Community Solar Garden

Project Name

Minnesota Community Solar Garden Program – St. Cloud, Minnesota

 

General Project Overview

  • DC = .44 MW
  • AC = .3 MW
  • Fixed tilt solar racking with string inverters.

 

Description

The solar garden was built in the winter of 2019. During the process, snow accumulation was sometimes higher than the surrounding fencing. Our team needed to plan and move quickly when the weather permitted to ensure progress on the project. We also worked to keep the community informed on the installation.

Today, the project is providing environmentally conscious subscribers with clean energy and helping to achieve the region’s sustainability goals.