Commercial

Target

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

Big Box Retailer Goes Solar in Connecticut

Target is a Fortune 500 company and the second largest department store in the United States with more than 1,800 retail stores nationwide. The company has made a commitment to be a leader in the global push toward renewable energy solutions. The 419 kW DC solar pv system in Windsor CT is made up of 1,710 panels and generates approximately 500,000 kWh of electricity each year. In addition to providing the company with a substantial reduction in energy costs, the solar system reduces greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to 130 tons of waste being recycled instead of landfilled - each and every year it is in service.

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

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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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Contact us today to recieve a complimentary solar energy analyisis for your facility based on your energy usage and federal, state, and local tax and solar incentives.

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