Paul DeLorenzo, General Manager of Danversport Yacht Club, stated, “The Danversport Yacht Club embraces environmentally progressive practices. Our new 250 kilowatt solar canopy not only produces clean, renewable energy, it utilizes the land so that people can park in the shade and even charge their car for free. We are pleased that Danversport Yacht Club can continue to do our part in further reducing our environmental footprint.”
Mike Davis of IRC Solar Roof Systems, said “We would like to thank Paul for his leadership on the first commercial solar carport in Danvers, and also express our gratitude to the town for all its cooperation. The team at the Danvers Municipal Electric Company provided expert guidance and professional assistance and was instrumental in the success of the project.”
Old Salt Works Partners previously led the development of 14 megawatts of large-scale solar farms in four Massachusetts communities, a capital investment of $40 million. Matthew Fitzpatrick, of Old Salt Works Partners, added “We appreciate the opportunity to team with DYC and IRC on what we expect to be the start of several major projects on the North Shore.”
The cost of solar energy technology has decreased significantly as the technology and market mature globally and within Massachusetts.
About Old Salt Works Partners
Old Salt Works Partners principals’ combined 60 years of successful development and management of various energy related projects. For more information, please visit www.oswpartners.com, or call (978) 302-7387.
About IRC Solar Roof Systems
A first-of-its-kind company in New England, IRC utilizes its founder’s experience in the roofing and engineering fields to create a renewable energy company rooted in building envelope design and maintenance. With over 70 years of roofing design and installation expertise, IRC is determined to offer something to the market no one else has. IRC has created a portfolio of solutions including solar photovoltaic, thermal and daylighting systems. For more information, please visit www.ircmaine.com, or call (207) 784-4551.