Our Phase 2 EPC for North Rockland Central School District includes approximately 1.0 MW of solar photovoltaic panels on five school buildings.
For over thirty years, MSA has been District Architects for the North Rockland Central School District (NRCSD). In 2015, we completed a 15-million-dollar Capital Improvement Program. This included a 7-million-dollar Energy Performance Contract (EPC). We are now nearing completion on a 12.4-million-dollar Phase 2 Energy Performance Contract that will address critical infrastructure work identified in the 2015 Building Condition Surveys.
Our Phase 2 EPC for North Rockland Central School District includes approximately 1.0 MW of solar photovoltaic panels on five school buildings. We recently completed a 1.3 MW ground-based solar array that increases the amount of energy the school district can generate to 2.3 megawatts (MW), over half of the District’s electric use.
The environmental benefits of this solar array extend beyond reducing carbon emissions. By generating clean electricity, North Rockland Central School District will also reduce its energy costs, freeing up valuable resources to allocate toward educational initiatives and enhancing the learning experience for students. Furthermore, this project will serve as an educational tool, allowing students to understand and appreciate the importance of renewable energy in addressing climate change.
Location: Tomkins Cove, NY
North Rockland Central School District