April 26, 2022
Syncarpha Capital, a New York-based, full-service solar developer, owner and operator of commercial and utility scale photovoltaic (PV) solar energy systems is proud to announce that they have received PTO (permission to operate) for their Tewksbury, MA Landfill project On February 18, 2022. The 50-acre Sutton Brook Disposal Area also known as “Rocco Landfill” now hosts a 3.6MW DC/2.8 MW AC ballast-mounted solar array, providing clean energy to the City of Everett, Tufts University and local National Grid residents through their Community Solar program.
Array 1 – located in the former Garage Storage Area (900 modules)
Array 2 – located on the Northern Lobe of the Landfill (4,410 modules)
Array 3 – located on the Southern Lobe of the Landfill (3,420 modules).
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The PV modules will be supported by galvanized steel and aluminum brackets mounted on precast concrete foundation ballasts. The system will be connected to the National Grid electric utility grid and includes an approximately 2.0-megawatt alternating current (MWAC) battery storage system.