Construction of Solar Arrays, Oxford, MA, by BlueWave Solar

Blue Wave Solar:

Built on 100 acres of a 300 acre farm, this site was once home to the largest commercial piggery in the Northeast. Located in Oxford, MA this solar project consists of 9 individual arrays adding to a total size 16.5 MW. Over 125 residents, small businesses and educational institutions will benefit from the solar net metering credits.

BlueWave Solar developed and managed the construction of this 1.446 MW DC solar array. Historically, the site was utilized as agricultural land associated with livestock since the 1940s. The solar array occupies only a portion of the property and will provide a source of clean and reliable energy to the Town of Oxford and surrounding Massachusetts communities.

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