Peck wins contracts for 10.5 MW of solar in Vermont
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US commercial solar contractor The Peck Company Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PECK) on Tuesday said it has secured contracts for six projects with a combined capacity of 10.5 MW in the state of Vermont.
For a total of USD 7.64 million (EUR 6.51m), Peck will build installations ranging from 220 kW to 2.7 MW of capacity in direct current (DC). Some of the projects are already under construction and due to be finalised by the end of 2020.
Peck expects to complete the work on the whole portfolio within the next two quarters.
The Vermont-based family business said it has built over one third of 358 MW of the solar capacity currently installed in its home state, and has been expanding with projects in other states such as Maine and Rhode Island.