There are well over 15,000 solar panels installed by My Generation Energy, dotting the landscapes and roofs of Cape Cod, the Islands, Plymouth area, and the South Coast of Massachusetts. That’s over 16 miles of solar panels stacked end to end, enough to completely line both sides of the Cape Cod Canal.
With so many solar panels already installed and more being installed all the time, we thought it would be nice to periodically showcase a handful of local towns. Below you’ll see a solar updates for Mashphee, Brewster, and Wellfleet.
Mashpee Solar Update
Solar Panels Powering Mashpee
Out of sight and quietly producing, My Generation Energy’s commercial solar installations in Mashpee are generating some serious power. Combining the thousands of solar panels on homes and businesses in Mashpee My Generation Energy solar has produced the equivalent of the annual electricity use of 72 American households. That’s a lot clean power for this seaside town that includes New Seabury and Popponesset Beach.
Brewster Solar Update
Brewster Solar Installations Producing Savings for the ‘Sea Captains’ Town’
Founded in Brewster Massachusetts, My Generation Energy now has solar installations that dot the landscape in this beautiful Cape Cod town of around 10,000. Homeowners, businesses and non-profits are saving with the hundreds of solar panels installed. Those panels have already generated enough to power 3,117 refrigerators for a year – pretty cool stuff.
Wellfleet Solar Update
Outer Cape Wellfleet Embraces Solar
Solar is increasing across Cape Cod and Wellfleet is a nice example. Homeowners in this town known for the majestic Wellfleet Harbor are realizing the strong benefits these systems provide. To put it in perspective Wellfleet residents have generated enough solar to power 426 air conditioners for 24 hours, making solar a great way to beat the heat and save on these hot Cape Cod summer days.