Solar Farm Development in Otisville, NY

Finchville CDG

SYSTEM SIZE

3.00

AREA

13

PRODUCTION ESTIMATES

897,128 kWh
Annually

420 tons
CO2 emissions offset

Equivalent to
25,000 trees planted

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Solar Solution for the Local Community

OYA Solar has started development on a solar farm located in Otisville, Orange County, NY, and on land leased from a local landowner. Once this solar farm is active the landowner will receive payments for the next 25 years from the solar lease with OYA Solar.

The local community benefits from the solar project through a community solar program and the clean energy generated (3 MWdc) by the project and sent directly to the grid for distribution.

Subscriptions to the community solar program offer up to a 10% discount on electricity costs and are open for local businesses, government agencies, and residents in the same utility region.

You can reserve your spot now in the community solar program to receive your discounted energy when the project is online.

Learn more about solar lease opportunities and the community solar programs we offer.

Solar Project Timeline

Process

  • 2019: OYA Solar plans site along with the landowner and the local authorities
  • In Progress: Permitting and Environmental Surveys
  • Upcoming: Construction & Connecting the project to the grid.

Expected Operational Date: 2021

Status Update

IN DEVELOPMENT

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