First R.I. community solar project at affordable-housing complex marks completion

A RECENTLY COMPLETED 426-kilowatt rooftop solar array at Echo Valley Apartments in West Warwick is the first project through National Grid's Community Remote Distributed Generation program to benefit an affordable-housing complex. / COURTESY FAIRSTEAD
WEST WARWICK – Cleaner and cheaper, solar-powered energy has reached the first Rhode Island affordable-housing residents, with real estate company Fairstead announcing on Monday the launch of its rooftop solar array at a West Warwick affordable-housing complex. The 426-kilowatt solar array at Echo Valley Apartments in West Warwick marks the first project through National Grid’s…

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