Project Summary

Blueberry Hill Inn, a four-season getaway in Goshen, Vermont, and a fellow member of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, is naturally committed to reducing their impact on the environment, and protecting natural resources. This ground-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) array fits perfectly into their Triple Bottom Line values of simultaneously boosting their environmental, social and financial health. The Blueberry Hill Inn solar PV system will offset 90% of their electric bill for the next 25+ years.

Norwich Solar Scope

Turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) for the design, engineering, procurement, construction, erection, and installation testing activities and services for a solar photovoltaic system.

Production Statistics

  • Anticipated Production: 49,841 kWh per year
  • Percentage of electric load offset by array: 90%

Environmental Benefits / Offset Equivalents**

  • 1,071,725 lbs. of CO2
  • 12,411 trees planted
  • 2,409,940 miles driven

(**estimates based on 50K lbs. carbon offset/ 579 trees planted and 52,000 miles driven per kW over system life)

System Specifications

  • System Capacity: 46 kW-DC
  • Type of System: Ground Mount – Fixed Axis, 35-Degree Tilt
  • Products:
    • (130) 355-watt crystalline silicon modules
    • DC/AC String Inverters with monitoring
  • Date of Commissioning: May 2018
  • Location: Goshen, Vermont