Vermont Company Announces Seven Completed Solar Projects

Burlington, VT – Peck Electric Co., a commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company, announced the completion of seven solar projects in the fourth quarter of 2018 ranging from a 7-MW utility scale solar array to a 20.6-kW rooftop installation.

Peck Electric Completed Projects in Q4 2018:

  • Completed a nearly 7 MW (6.93792) ground mount driven post array off of South Main Street in St. Albans, VT. Peck was the EPC contractor for Cypress Creek Renewables. This project started to produce energy in late 2018 for energy transformation company Green Mountain Power.


  • Completed installation of 745.2-kW solar array for Encore Renewable Energy at the Long View Forest headquarters in Hartland, VT.  The solar project is expected to produce approximately 900,000 kWh per year, enough to power approximately 125 homes annually.


  • Completed a 745-kW solar project in Rockingham, Vermont as the EPC contractor for Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure (KSI). Peck was responsible for the project’s design, install, and operations and maintenance. The solar array generates enough electricity to power approximately 150 homes annually in Vermont.


  • Completed installation of a 198.2-kW ballasted solar array on the roof of the UVM Medical Center on Holly Court in Williston, VT. Peck served as the subcontractor on the project for Encore Renewable Energy.


  • Completed a 160-kW solar carport, the largest to date in Vermont. The system was installed for the ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT, a premiere science and nature museum with a mission to inspire and engages families in the joy of scientific discovery.


  • Completed installation of a nearly 300-kW solar system on the roof of the Essex Outlets in Essex, VT. Peck served as the subcontractor for Encore Renewable Energy.


  • Completed installation of a 20.6-kW solar array on top of Brickliners Custom Masonry & Chimney Services in Burlington, powering a significant portion of the building’s electricity.