Solar – Town Capped Landfill on Claypit Road

 (Decmber 2019 ) Solar Array Project on Town’s Capped Landfill The Board of Selectmen voted to award a contract to No Fossil Fuel to construct a solar array on the town’s capped landfill on Clay Pit Road – bringing in $21,717,172 over the course of the 20-year contract. Construction and installation of the new 5.9 megawatt array will begin in 2020, with operations anticipated to begin in 2021. In addition to the array, a 3 megawatt battery will also be installed to store excess energy produced. Link to Patriot Ledger Article

(October 2019) Town issues a Solar RFP for Town of Marshfield Capped Landfill at Clay Pit Road- Information and Questions The Town of Marshfield, acting through its Board of Selectmen, hereby seeks competitive bids for the lease of Town-owned real property to design, permit, construct, own and operate a commercial or utility class Large Scale Ground Mounted Solar Photovoltaic Installation (“Installation”) and associated equipment for the purpose of creating renewable electrical energy. The Town will consider an option to enter into a power purchase agreement to purchase energy created by the proposed Installation

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