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Our Impact

Our Projects will DECREASE the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere by

81,657

Metric Tons / In Operation

574,900

Metric Tons / In Development

In total, this equates to the amount of carbon removed from the atmosphere, which could power:

156,262
Vehicles

Gasoline-powered passenger vehicles for one year

85,621
Homes

Electricity use for one year

766,550
Acres

Of U.S. forests that would sequester this much carbon in one year

Projects in Operation

St. Anne, IL – 3 Megawatts (Green Field) – Operational
Beecher, IL – 3 Megawatts (Green Field) – Operational
Barre, MA – 2.4 Megawatts (abandoned skihill) – Operational
Devens, MA – 3.7 Megawatts (Water District Land) – Operational
Washington County, MD – 2.5 Megawatts (capped landfill) – Operational
Washington County, MD – 2.5 Megawatts (capped landfill) – Operational
Washington County, MD – 2.5 Megawatts (capped landfill) – Operational
Washington County, MD – 2.5 Megawatts (capped landfill) – Operational
Maynard, MA – 1.2 Megawatts (Capped landfill) – Operational
Southbridge, MA – 3.4 Megawatts (retired animal research field) – Operational
Lunenburg, MA – 1.2 Megawatts (greenfield) – Operational
Barre, MA – 1.8 Megawatts (greenfield) – Operational
Orange, MA – 2.4 Megawatts (greenfield) – Operational
Brookfield, MA – 0.5 Megawatts (capped landfill) – Operational
Baltimore I, MD – 1.5 Megawatts (building rooftop) – Operational
Baltimore II, MD – 1.5 Megawatts (building rooftop) – Operational
Baltimore III, MD – 1.5 Megawatts (building rooftop) – Operational
Baltimore IV, MD – 1.5 Megawatts (building rooftop) – Operational
Baltimore V, MD – 1.5 Megawatts (building rooftop) – Operational
Baltimore VI, MD – 1.5 Megawatts (empty lot) – Operational
Weld County, CO – 200 kilowatts (greenfield) – Operational
Henderson County, IL – 2.0 Megawatts (greenfield) – Operational
Winnebago County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – Operational

Projects In Development

Suffolk, VA – 4.5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Reedville, VA – 7.35 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Woodland Ferry, DE – 4.5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Beach Highway, DE – 6 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Roxbury, MD – 3 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Salisbury Airport, MD – 5.25 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Yuma, CO – 20 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Will County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Kankakee County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Yuma, CO – 50 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Albemarle County, VA – 3 Megawatts (Capped Landfill) – In Development
Champaign County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Crockett County, TX – 300 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Crockett County, TX – 300 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Winnebago County, IL – 10 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Cook County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Weld County, CO – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Cook County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Will County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Cook County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Pueblo County, CO – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Grundy County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Knox County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Knox County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Knox County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Champaign County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Kankakee County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Christian County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Kankakee County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Will County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Rich County, UT – 65 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Cheyenne County, KS – 100 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Pueblo County, CO – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Prowers County, CO – 30 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Dickinson, NY – 5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Owasco I, NY – 5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Kankakee County, IL – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – Operational
Amsterdam, NY – 7 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Owasco II, NY – 5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
New Hartford, NY – 5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Bethlehem, NY – 5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Fort Edwards, NY – 5 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Spafford, NY – 7 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Glenelg, MD – 2 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development
Winnebago County, IL – 20 Megawatts (greenfield) – In Development