WGL Energy Completes Massachusetts Solar Project


By Editors of Power Engineering

WGL Energy Systems, a division of WGL, announced the completion of a 3.2 MW solar facility in Devens, a community in north-central Massachusetts.

The photovoltaic solar system will provide power to residential, commercial and industrial customers of the Devens Utilities Department.

The solar installation comes as MassDevelopment, the state’s finance and development authority, is redeveloping Devens, a former U.S. Army base, into a mixed-use area.

WGL’s solar contribution consists of 10,488 rooftop solar panels on top of two buildings. 

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