Project Spotlight

Town of Williamson

Williamson became the first town in the state of NY to go 100% solar after SED developed, designed and installed a 1.5MW array at the town’s capped landfill.

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Kuntz Residential

SED installed a 5.5kW solar array at the Kuntz residence in January of 2014. The solar array combined with the 10kW wind turbine that SED installed years ago have allowed the family to cover 100% of their electric load with renewable energy.

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Camden Hills Regional High School

SED installed a 100kW wind turbine at Camden Hills Regional High School in Rockport, ME, where the students undertook several years of research, fundraising, and the successful navigation of complex permitting channels to deliver the wind project.

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DuPre Residential

SED installed a 7.14kW ground mounted system at the home of Dr. Dupre in Ontario, NY in April 2013. The system is expected to cover over 50% of his electric load and pay for itself in under three years. The DuPres will see a savings of almost $35,000 over 25 years.

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Whittier Fruit Farm

SED installed two solar arrays totaling 9.4kW at Whittier Fruit Farms in July 2013. The installation marked SEDs first commercial solar project in its home state of New York. The array is expected to cover 55% of the Farm’s electric load saving the family owned and operated farm about $20,000 over 25 years.

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Powering Your Future

Residential and Commercial Solar and Wind – Serving the Greater Rochester Area and Beyond

Sustainable Energy Developments, Inc. (SED) offers nearly 15 years of distributed renewable energy generation experience highlighted by over 100 operational solar and wind projects throughout the Northeastern United States, including nearly 20MW of installed solar and wind capacity.

SED was started in April 2002 by five college roommates with a passion for renewable energy and a vision of solar and wind projects being integrated into the everyday lives of people. Those five friends have stuck to their original business plan and built a local, employee owned and operated, renewable energy company that provides homeowners, business owners, and communities the opportunity to lower their electric bills and their carbon footprint.

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