Posts Tagged ‘solar array cape cod’
Solar Installation of the Week – Eastham Hardware 3/25/16
We are very excited to share that Eastham Ace Hardware has just turned on their new solar system! With over 80 solar panels, we expect that it will produce around 30 Megawatt/hours of clean electricity this year!Read More
Spring has arrived in Dennis!
Theresa from Dennis had My Generation Energy install this 8 module system a couple weeks ago. This solar-array will build up credits in the winter months (when electric usage is lower) and use up those credits in the summer months (when electrical usage is higher).Read More
Solar in Brewster
There is no doubt that Spring has arrived in Brewster. These two swallows are enjoying the view at the Brewster Community Solar Garden!Read More
Harwich, Massachusetts Solar- Install of the week! 4/28/2015
My Generation Energy recently completed this residential solar installation in Harwich, Massachusetts. There are a total of 44 solar modules which will produce approximately 16 megawatts of green electricity each year. Peter, the homeowner, can expect to save at least $3,000 a year in his electricity bill!Read More
Harwich, Massachusetts Solar Installation of the Week! 4/8/2015
Take a look at a recent residential solar installation My Generation Energy completed in Harwich, Massachusetts. This is an addition to an existing 5.4 kW solar array My Generation Energy installed on the other side of the roof. The original system has produced over 27 Megawatt hours of electricity!! This new solar array is a…Read More
2015 Hyannis Rotary Home Show – Cape Cod Solar Installer
It was another successful weekend for My Generation Energy at the 2015 Hyannis Rotary Home Show. We spoke to hundreds of folks interested in solar energy; from the Lower Cape to Duxbury and everywhere in between. We would like to thank the Rotary Club for putting this together. We will see you next year!Read More
Plymouth, Massachusetts-Installation of the Week 3/25/2015!
This recent installation was completed in Plymouth, Massachusetts. With 36 solar panels, the system can produce over 10 MW of electricity a year! This will save the customer, Doug, thousands in electricity and also generate revenue through the SREC program. SUNNY DAYS ARE AHEAD!Read More