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Merc hant s Terminal Founded in 1927, Merchants Terminal Corporation is the largest temperature controlled logistics company in the state of Maryland. In mid-2010, Merchants Terminal engaged HelioSage as its exclusive advisor and project manager in connection with the design, procurement, installation, operation and maintenance of a 725kW solar energy system to be installed on a cold storage warehouse located in the City of Baltimore. After conducting an RFP process that attracted top national and international bidders, HelioSage assisted Merchants with the selection of a roof-mounted array that will be visible from I-95. Construction will commence in January, 2011.
Manni ngt on Mills Developed under the guidance of John Koontz, Senior Project Manager, the Mannington Mills solar array is a 603 kW array spanning 68,000 square feet of rooftop for the flooring manufacturer s Salem, NJ warehousing and distribution center. The fixed tilt crystalline rooftop PV system was commissioned in 2008 and generates 700,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year â€’ the equivalent of eliminating 500 metric tons of CO2 each year of operation.
Red Cl ay Cons olidat ed S chool Dist rict Located in Wilmington, Delaware, the Red Clay Consolidated School District is the 2nd largest public school district in the state. In February 2009, Red Clay secured HelioSage via Power Purchase Agreement to design, install, own and operate a 51.48 kW solar PV array at the Brandywine Springs Elementary School. The Red Clay solar array was commissioned in April 2010 and remains the largest solar PV array constructed under Power Purchase Agreement in the state of Delaware.
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Hunt er don C entr al R egi onal Hi gh Sc hool Hunterdon Central, a recipient of state and national awards for excellence in education, is a public high school serving students from five municipalities in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Part of one of the largest, campus-style school districts in the state, Hunterdon Central retained HelioSage as PPA provider for a 55kW roof mounted solar array on its science building. Construction on this array was completed in November, 2010.
Elk Riv er Windf arm Located in Butler County, Kansas, the Elk River Windfarm is a 150 MW project currently operating pursuant to a long-term power purchase agreement with Empire District Electric Company. The project was developed by several of the Company s principals while working with Greenlight Energy, Inc. Greenlight was responsible for the origination and development of the project and, following project permitting and PPA execution, sold the project to PPM Energy. Elk River generates enough electricity for approximately 46,000 households.
Cedar C reek Wi ndf ar m Located in Weld County, Colorado, the Cedar Creek Windfarm is a 300 MW project currently operating pursuant to a longterm power purchase agreement with Public Service Company of Colorado (Xcel Energy). The project was developed by several of the Company s principals while working with Greenlight Energy, Inc. Greenlight, along with its partner, Babcock & Brown, was responsible for the origination, development and financing of the project. Cedar Creek Windfarm generates enough electricity for approximately 92,000 households.
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Hunterdon Contact: Ray Krov, Business Administrator, Hunterdon Central, (908) 284-7110 Red Clay Contact: George McDowell, Energy Manager, Red Clay Schools, (302) 892-3284 Merchants Contact: Harry Halpert, President, Merchants Terminal Corp, (410) 342-9300 Cedar Creek Contact: Barbara O Neil, Regional Director, enXco, (303) 226-5894 Elk River Contact: Bradley P. Beecher, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Electric â€’ Empire District Electric Company, (417) 625-5100.