Commercial

ESPN

location:
Bristol, CT
project type:
Rooftop Solar
System size:
663 kW
Annual production:
-
Solar incentive:
CT ZREC

ESPN Goes Solar at Headquarters

ESPN is a U.S. based global cable and satellite sports television channel founded in 1979 that broadcasts primarily from studio facilities located in Bristol, Connecticut. Solar Landscape completed construction of a 663 kW DC solar system made up of 2,688 solar panels on the rooftop of ESPN North Campus in Bristol. The system should generate approximately 796,000 kWh of clean electricity each year. This production will offset the annual equivalent of 562 metric tons of carbon dioxide, 1,306 barrels of oil consumed, or 62,962 gallons of gasoline.

What our clients say

“Solar Landscape made going solar simple. Their proposal was clearly presented, they helped us secure our incentives and they completed the project on time, on budget and without any issues.“

Jonathan Stern, CFO
Nourison
The Solar Landscape Difference

What our clients say

“Solar Landscape handled the project smoothly and transparently. They met deadlines, did what they said they were going to do, and helped us secure a lot of value from our solar project.”

Bruce Flaim, Owner
Perfect finishing
The Solar Landscape Difference

What our clients say

“Solar Landscape has been a pleasure to work with on our solar energy system. The design build process was managed professionally and has led to significant energy cost savings. We would recommend Solar Landscape in the future.”

Facilities Manager
rose garden
The Solar Landscape Difference

Our Corporate Values

Our core values are reflected in every aspect of our work; safety and accountability, employee wellbeing, quality workmanship, customer- centric focus, and industry leadership

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