NH Co-op Close to Bringing State’s Largest Solar Array Online

The $5 million 2-megawatt ground-mounted solar photovoltaic system includes 7,200 panels and 40 inverters on 12 acres of land near an NHEC substation off Shaker Jerry Road on Moultonborough Neck. It is slated to be online by the end of the year.

With a projected lifespan of a quarter century or longer, the system is expected to annually produce 3.3 million kilowatt hours of electricity, enough to power about 600 homes, or a little more than one half of one percent of the co-op’s 84,000 members in 115 cities and towns, said co-op spokesman Seth Wheeler.

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