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It all starts with

THE RIGHT SITE

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20+-Year Guaranteed Income

Reduced Property Taxes

All Expenses are paid

SOLAR SMART IS LOOKING TO LEASE OR BUY LAND .

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WHAT WE DO

Your one-stop for everything you need to build a community solar project

SOLAR DEVELOPER

Solar Smart LLC are originators, developers and syndicators of community solar projects that range in size from 1 MW to 5 MW. The company uses their proprietary “performance metrics” to assess and qualify projects throughout the Northeastern United States.

SITE ACQUISITION

Solar Smart LLC provides site acquisition services to National solar contractors (EPC’s), developers, investors and Utilities interested in identifying greenfield sites that have been evaluated by Solar Smart from a solar land-use, interconnection and permitting due diligence perspective. Login or let us find you the right site.

PROPERTIES

Solar Smart LLC offers selected property owners in Massachusetts, Maryland, and areas of New York an opportunity to lease or sell their property. These income programs will be of interest to property owners looking for financial security and an opportunity to develop clean energy in their community. More..

ENVIRONMENTAL & SYSTEM DESIGN

Engineering layout design of commercial solar systems, develop bankable energy production reports, environmental reports using extensive Federal and State data sets, local permitting reports and feasibility/cost reports interconnecting the solar system to the grid at the selected location.

FEATURED CLIENTS/PARTNERS

SELECTING SITES
DEVELOPING PROJECTS

Solar Smart applies over 50 proprietary “performance metrics” to each property considered for a potential Solar Smart installation.

These metrics include:

  • architectsUtility Considerations – interconnection point, distance to power, upgrading cost, line capacity, zone caps, Utility’s solar interest/cooperation, pre-application results
  • Environmental – habitat and wetlands issues, wooded or field, cost of site work, topographical considerations, soil test
  • Zoning and Permitting – requirements for the local remitting authority to build solar site, cost of meeting permitting or zoning requirements, success or failure of other recent solar installations and attached requirements
  • Site Location – consideration of solar interest evidenced by recent construction in the same area, interest of abutting land owners, local state and federal financial incentives, shading issues, boundaries
  • Property owner – has expressed an interest in constructing solar on the property and entering into a long-term lease arrangement with Solar Smart