Solar Power @ Closed Landfills: Project Economics in Massachusetts June 2009 Agenda Key Issues Impacting Project Economics Screen 1: Cost and Performance Screen 2: Incentives Case Study: 220 kW Solar Project Taxable Entity Owner Non Taxable Entity Owner Host w/ 3 rd Party Owner
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Key Issues Impacting Project Economics
Screen 1: Cost and Performance
Screen 2: Incentives
Case Study: 220 kW Solar Project
Taxable Entity Owner
Non Taxable Entity Owner
Host w/ 3rd Party Owner
Turnkey Clean Energy Solutions Provider.
Leading Solar Installer Headquartered in Massachusetts.
32 Employees: engineers, designers, construction managers, installers, electricians, HVAC technicians, etc.
Recipient: Association of Energy Engineers Best Energy Reduction Project in New England 2008.Introduction
As a sub contractor to BlueWave, Nexamp provided preliminary technical and financial assessment to Western Massachusetts Electric Company to support DTE Solar Program Filing.
Note: No Public Building Adder
Fixed Tilt @ 20°
Commonwealth Solar Rebate Eligible
No Public Adder
w/ Public Adder
3rd Party PPA
Installed cost: $6/watt
Avoided Electricity: $.14/kWh
RECs: $.35/kWh for 7 years
Inverter replacement in Yr. 20
25 year project life
Previously discussed incentives as applicableCase Study: 220 kW Ground Mounted