DSD Renewables will work with The House Depot to put in 13 MW of rooftop photo voltaic throughout 25 retailer areas in California. The installations contribute to The House Depot’s aim to supply or procure 100% renewable vitality by 2030 equal to the electrical energy wants for all its amenities.
“Our groups have labored hand-in-hand to design photo voltaic options to optimally energy the portfolio of 25 shops in California and successfully cut back demand on the grid,” mentioned Jason Chiang, senior director of direct origination at DSD. “We’re excited to deploy our industry-leading capabilities throughout this vital new portfolio and play a task in serving to The House Depot obtain its sustainability objectives.”
The portfolio will start building in early 2023, and upon completion is predicted to generate greater than 17 million kWh of fresh vitality yearly that straight energy The House Depot’s retailer areas inside the portfolio.
“Lowering The House Depot’s environmental influence is important to our efforts to construct a greater enterprise, office and world,” mentioned Ron Jarvis, VP and chief sustainability officer for The House Depot. “Harnessing energy from the solar is important to our renewable electrical energy goals, and we’re pleased to work with DSD as we develop our photo voltaic program and proceed to spend money on different vitality options.”
DSD is continuous to work on initiatives with The House Depot to broaden its photo voltaic vitality utilization in New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland and Massachusetts, with further initiatives deliberate in Arizona, California, Illinois and New York.
“This venture marks 98 shops that may have deployed photo voltaic rooftops with DSD,” mentioned Dan O’Brien, Vice President of Direct Origination at DSD. “The House Depot shares our dedication to scale back its carbon footprint and we applaud the growth of its renewable vitality program.”
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