Volume 14, Issue 42 November 20, 2017
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WGL Energy Celebrates Unveiling of a New Solar Array in Maryland
Editor's Note
Temperatures and Prices Decrease
Investor Relations
WGL Holdings, Inc. Reports Fiscal Year 2017 Financial Results
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Natural Gas Fundamentals
Natural Gas Storage Update
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NYMEX Natural Gas Monthly Settlements for the Past 12 Months
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WGL Energy Celebrates Unveiling of a New Solar Array in Maryland
Partnership creates innovative solutions for commercial energy customers


On November 16, 2017, Cypress Creek Renewables held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of Baker Point, a groundbreaking pollinator-friendly solar array located in Frederick, Maryland. The solar array allows three project partners -- Monumental Sports & Entertainment, the National Geographic Society and 28 Walker Development -- to purchase power from the site through a WGL Energy Services, Inc. (WGL Energy) Solar Energy Supply Agreement (SESA).  

The Baker Point Solar array is unique because in addition to producing renewable solar energy it also includes four acres of a pollinator-friendly habitat. The site will host a collection of honey-producing hives that will produce an average of 30 pounds of honey. Having this unique addition to the solar site supports agriculture and improves soil, water, bee population and more.

Baker Point is a 9 megawatts project with enough capacity to power the equivalent of 2,000 homes. Among other benefits, the site will help Capitol One Arena and National Geographic achieve their sustainability goals. Both of these organizations are located in congested urban areas, which create challenges that would otherwise limit their access to renewable energy if it were not for an offsite solar solution.

Learn more about how an offsite solar solution can help your organization by downloading our white paper, Serving Renewable Energy’s Full Spectrum.

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