Village of Montpelier
The Village of Montpelier owns 10 acres of land that contain a 2.225MW solar field. Following proper connections between substation and solar array, cost savings and clean energy can be anticipated by both the utility and customer.
The Village of Montpelier, Ohio purchased 10 acres of land, which now contains a 2.225 megawatt solar field. They are purchasing power from the photovoltaic power provider, which will help them realize cost savings and a clean energy source, benefiting both their customers and utility alike. As the project progressed, The Village requested Spectrum Engineering Corporation’s help at its’ substations and distribution line locations.
Spectrum Engineering Corporation appreciated being included in this project as the Village anticipates savings from shaved peak loads and lower capacity and transmission charges to favorably impact their customers and allow for capital improvements.