Portland Solar Farm Project Commissioning Ceremony
(Buffalo, NY, September 10, 2019) – Buffalo Solar Solutions will host a Ribbon Cutting
Ceremony for the Project Commissioning of the E21 Portland Solar Farm in Fredonia, NY on Friday, September 20th, 2019 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. The event will include speeches from key influencers on the project as well as a representative of the New York State Senate 57th Legislative District, Kevin Muldowney and Chautauqua County Legislature Mark O’Dell, a ribbon cutting ceremony, switching on the solar array, and tours.
“This is an amazing opportunity for a community that would normally not be able to benefit from solar power,” says Jeremy McCool, Commercial Development Manager at Buffalo Solar Solutions. “The solar array will not only benefit urban customers with renewable energy, but will feed surplus power to the main grid, thereby distributing clean energy and strengthening the local power grid.”
This project is a symbol of a new wave of solar energy projects sweeping across Western
New York. The solar array will send electric bill savings to inner-city buildings that are
unable to benefit from solar because they do not have the physical space to install their
own solar array on the premise. “Everybody wins with this project. And we hope to continue this trend of bringing solar to every part of Western New York, even those who cannot otherwise obtain it at their properties” says Jeremy.
The Portland Solar Farm is located at 5695 Martin Road in Fredonia, NY. Representatives
from Buffalo Solar Solutions will be onsite to answer any questions about the solar array as well as any other general solar energy inquiries. Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be provided as well. For more information about the ceremony, please email
sherry@buffalosolarsolutions or call 716-800-7775.
About Buffalo Solar Solutions – Buffalo Solar empowers business leaders and
homeowners to make informed decisions on leveraging solar energy for the greatest good and financial gain. Founded in 2015 by husband and wife Tyler and Alicia Uebelhoer, Buffalo Solar is locally-owned. Tyler and Alicia poured their hearts and personal savings into building a business around a cause they are passionate about – solar energy for all. In just four years, the team has grown to over 20 employees with more than 275 completed solar projects. Whether it’s residential or commercial, Buffalo Solar works alongside you to maximize your savings and help you gain the full benefit of generous state and federal solar energy tax credits and incentives.