Located on Route 19 in Pike, New York, Route 19 2 Community Solar Farm produces community solar power with 6,650 kWDC (kilowatt direct current) and has a net electrical output of 8.1 million KWh (kilowatt hours) annually.
This Wyoming County community solar farm serves Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E) customers who benefit from clean, locally-produced electricity. Route 19 2, which began operations in March, 2022, produces enough solar electricity to power 1,128 homes each year.
If you would like to learn more about Route 19 2 Community Solar Farm or any other Delaware River Solar community solar farm, give us a call at (845) 414-3491 or write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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6,650 kWDC (kilowatt direct current)
8,179,500 P50 KWh (likely Kilowatt hour production)
12,779,466 Lbs estimated annual carbon offset
Cover Photo: Delaware River Solar/Nimble Dragon Studios
Certain data courtesy of U.S. EPA Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator