Navisun announced it has acquired a portfolio of nine active solar projects from Clean Energy Collective (CEC), a leading North American community solar developer and solutions provider.


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The 14.3-megawatt community solar project portfolio is located throughout Massachusetts.

The nine community solar facilities directly benefit subscribers by providing energy bill savings while supporting the state’s commitment to advancing their renewable energy goals. Most importantly, the subscriber will benefit from Navisun’s expertise in solar acquisition and asset management, combined with CEC’s ability to deliver quality customer service and subscription services.

As part of this agreement, Navisun will enter into a long-term partnership with CEC to provide customer management services for the projects. “We are thrilled to collaborate with Clean Energy Collective, an organization that mirrors our strategic initiatives,” said John Malloy, Navisun’s managing partner and co-founder. “This purchase is a testament to our partner model as a C&I distributed scale solar company. We look forward to partnering with other industry leaders as we expand our distributed solar platform across the country.”

“As a leading national developer of community solar solutions, we strive to work with companies like Navisun that support the generation of local, affordable, and clean energy,” said CEC’s President of Renewables, Tom Sweeney.

Source: Company Press Release