Boralex’s Bald Mountain Solar project is a 20-megawatt (MWac) photovoltaic solar energy generation facility to be located in the Town of Greenwich, Washington County, New York. The project will include solar arrays and other project infrastructure such as inverters, site roads, and a substation connecting to National Grid’s 115kV line that bisects the project area.
Currently in early-stage development, the facility is expected to be commissioned in Q4 2023 or earlier. Boralex is in the process of developing all studies, supporting materials, and applications required to complete the permitting and interconnection approval requirements.
This project aligns with the New York State Public Service Commission’s Clean Energy Standard, which supports the development of clean energy and renewable resources in New York State (NYS).
Preliminary Site Map
The project would offer economic, social, and environmental benefits to the State of New York, Washington County and to the Town of Greenwich, and would:
- Create approximately 50 jobs during construction
- Create long-term jobs to support operations
- Boost local economy and add commerce for local businesses during the construction and the operation
- Provide significant tax revenues to the Town of Greenwich, Washington County and to the local school district
- Provide quiet, emission free, reliable power to NYS
- Help NYS achieve its goal of 70% clean power generation by 2030
Virtual Open House
The slides for our virtual open house in May 2021 can be found here. A video of the presentation is below.
For more information, please contact:
Marc Weatherill, (647) 464-8068, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Stahl, (518) 744-4615, email@example.com