CS Energy finalizes solar plus energy storage project in Massachusetts


CS Energy has completed a 4.5 MWdc solar project installed with a 3.8 MWh lithium-ion storage solution on a landfill cap site located in Amesbury, Massachusetts.

The largest solar plus storage system to be completed to date is part of a partnership between the City of Amesbury and Kearsarge Energy.

The project was one of the first solar plus energy storage projects to participate in the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program.

“CS Energy has a significant market share in the solar-plus-storage business. We are strategically scaling up our energy storage division and growing our register of successfully completed projects. Our background and experience in landfill solar enable us to foresee challenges and expedite projects. It’s another testament to our energy storage team’s capabilities and dedication.”

Sean Harrington, director of Energy Storage of CS Energy.

“As the owner and operator of the Amesbury landfill project, it was critical that Kearsarge Energy partner with a sophisticated and experienced EPC firm capable of navigating the complexities of landfill solar projects. CS Energy’s reputation and extensive experience in this specific field, along with its commitments to quality and safety, made the project an unequivocal success.”

Andrew the Bernstein, managing partner of Kearsarge Energy.

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