The company collaborated with Cargo Venture/Millennium Partners, the Boston Redevelopment Authority and Satcon for the development of the project under Boston’s innovation district solar challenge.

The project was installed under a power purchase agreement between Broadway Renewable Strategies and Cargo Ventures and secured a $471,780 Commonwealth Solar Stimulus Award from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.

Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino encouraged everyone to be part of the clean energy revolution in the city as he announced that solar power would now be more affordable for the citizens.

"It’s being installed on residences, businesses, and municipal buildings at an increasing rate, and we are on the way to meeting our 2015 goal of 25 megawatts of solar energy in Boston," said Menino.

Broadway Renewable Strategies president Jonathan Wienslaw added, "This project would not have been possible without the City of Boston and Mayor Menino’s proven commitment and dedication to pursuing energy-saving initiatives, which is helping to create jobs and strengthen the economy by hiring local firms, like Broadway Renewable Strategies."