Macy’s has solar on 71 sites across eight states including Chestnut Hill in Massachusetts.
Stonehill College offsets an estimated 25% of electricity with solar.
Luther Auto Group
Taking advantage of their dealerships’ large, flat roofs, Luther Auto saves more than $45,000 in energy costs annually with solar, not including additional savings through energy-efficiency measures and LED lighting.
This auto dealership will save an estimated $384,000 over 25 years, and offset approximately 67% of its electricity usage through sustainability upgrades.
Central to Princeton’s sustainability efforts, this solar system reduces the University’s need for fossil-fuel-based electricity sources.
The SunPower modules provided an estimated 53% electricity offset, and the system is expected to pay for itself in four years.