Novatus Energy sponsors open house for the local community at the Bingham Wind project outside of Bingham, Maine
NEW YORK, NY. June 10, 2017 – On Saturday, June 10th Novatus Energy hosted a community open house at its Bingham Wind Project outside of Bingham, Maine. Community members enjoyed an ideal pristine summer day with a barbeque and beverages under the Project’s turbine #20, followed by self-guided tours of the project. Attendees heard from Novatus Energy, as well as other partners involved in the project.
“This event offered a great opportunity for anyone in the community interested in the Project to come and see it firsthand, ask questions, and meet Novatus Energy leadership and project partners,” said Stacey Fitts, Novatus’ Director of Asset Management and a lifelong resident of Pittsfield, ME.
“One of the major pillars of our corporate mission and values is respect for our stakeholders,” said Steve Doyon, CEO of Novatus Energy. “We are proud of the relationships we have cultivated with the surrounding communities and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
The Bingham Wind Project has an installed capacity of 185 MW, making it the largest wind project in New England. Utilizing 56 Vestas V-112 3.3 MW turbines on 94 meter (308 ft) towers, the project was constructed by Reed & Reed, Inc., a Woolwich, Maine based contractor. The project began commercial operation in December of 2016.
Novatus Energy is currently planning similar community events at their other projects in the coming months.
About Novatus Energy
Novatus Energy is a North American privately-held renewable energy platform that currently owns interests in a 1.6 GW portfolio of operational wind and solar projects in the US, consisting of 7 wind projects (1,043 MW) and a portfolio of 25 solar PV projects (543 MWac). Headquartered in New York City, Novatus Energy is wholly owned by institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management. For more information, please visit www.novatusenergy.com.
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