Music City Solar of Nashville: Community Solar | U.S. Green Building Council
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Music City Solar of Nashville: Community Solar

GBCI: 0920017075

The Music City Solar park, expected to open in early August, will be Nashville’s first community solar park.
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The Music City Solar park, expected to open in early August, will be Nashville’s first community solar park. The park will offer access to solar energy for NES customers who hope to contribute towards a more sustainable Music City. Community solar is ideal for individuals and/or businesses who do not otherwise have the ability to install solar on their properties due to space constraints, shaded roofs, or leasing.

Music City Solar will be the largest solar photovoltaic system in Davidson County, producing an estimated 55 million kilowatt-hours of green energy over its lifetime.

Attend this education session to learn more about the installation of the project and it's benefits for the Nashville community.

Objectives

  1. Discuss the process of transitioning a former landfill site into Tennessee’s first solar park
  2. Identify emerging technologies in solar generation that support community solar projects
  3. Explain the financial and environmental benefits of solar energy for residential projects
  4. Discuss how renewable energy sources are contributing to Nashville’s greater sustainability goals
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USGBC Tennessee
Nashville, TN
United States

Leaders

Robbie Smith, Energy Services Engineering, NES
Antonio Carroll, Energy Services Engineering, NES