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Chaberton Energy Project Showcase

Project Showcase

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Chaberton Energy Project Showcase

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Chaberton Energy develops sustainable infrastructure and renewable projects, with a primary focus on distributed energy generation and community solar projects. 

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Our experienced team members have developed, for nearly two decades, energy projects throughout the United States and internationally, worth several billion dollars in capital investments. As Chaberton Energy, we develop renewable energy projects throughout the U.S., with a particular focus on the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region, where we are headquartered. We currently have over 30 projects at different stages of development, and representing over 300 MW of generating capacity.

Here are a few sample projects. And, in case you were wondering, yes, all of our projects (as well as our company) are named after mountain peaks, which remind us of the beauty of nature and pristine environments we are working to preserve!

Project Friendship

Project Friendship

Two adjacent projects in West Friendship, Howard County, Maryland, totaling 6.25 MW.  We have received all the necessary permits and the projects are currently under construction.  The projects serve local community residents and small businesses, via the Community Solar Maryland program, and Loyola University Maryland, via the Aggregate Net Energy Metering program.  Like all of our projects in the mid-Atlantic, the projects will feature a pollinator habitat, which will help restore bee population, and grow productivity of surrounding farms.

Project Matterhorn

A community solar project in Woodstock, Baltimore County, Maryland, totaling 2.8 MW.  We have received the Special Exception permit from the county, and we are working on final site plans.  The project will be in construction in 2022 and, like Project Friendship I, local residents and small businesses will be able to subscribe to it and will see a significant reduction in their electricity costs.  As part of the project, we committed to indefinitely preserve over 40 acres of forest adjacent to Pataspco Valley State Park, expanding this special wildlife habitat for generations to come.

Project Matterhorn
Project Matterhorn

Project Matterhorn

A community solar project in Woodstock, Baltimore County, Maryland, totaling 2.8 MW.  We have received the Special Exception permit from the county, and we are working on final site plans.  The project will be in construction in 2022 and, like Project Friendship I, local residents and small businesses will be able to subscribe to it and will see a significant reduction in their electricity costs.  As part of the project, we committed to indefinitely preserve over 40 acres of forest adjacent to Pataspco Valley State Park, expanding this special wildlife habitat for generations to come.

Project Ben Nevis

Project Ben Nevis

An approximately 3 MW community solar project we are developing in Central Maryland. The special feature of this project is that it is a “floating solar” project, or “flotovoltaic”, to be installed on a local water body.  Floating solar, in addition to obviously reducing land impact, can improve water quality, combat rising water temperatures, reduce evaporation, decrease algae bloom, and improve fish habitat.  As part of the project, a local academic institution will collect data and water samples, which will inform us on how to best deploy this technology at a larger scale.

Project Crestone

A community solar project in Harrington, New Kent, Delaware, totaling 6.4 MW. We have been working on this project as our first project in the First State to participate in the newly revamped Delaware Community Solar program. For this project, we are considering a new innovative racking technology that greatly reduces installation costs, reduces visual impact, and makes the most efficient use of the land. The project is ideally situated, neighboring a railway line and a heavily forested area.

Project Crestone
Project Crestone

Project Crestone

A community solar project in Harrington, New Kent, Delaware, totaling 6.4 MW. We have been working on this project as our first project in the First State to participate in the newly revamped Delaware Community Solar program. For this project, we are considering a new innovative racking technology that greatly reduces installation costs, reduces visual impact, and makes the most efficient use of the land. The project is ideally situated, neighboring a railway line and a heavily forested area.

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Project Tulloch Peak

A larger project of approximately 50 MW, coupled with wind resources and battery storage, we are developing in the highlands of South-Western New Mexico, for the benefit of digital currency miners.  The project is designed to best serve the needs of this unique set of customers, and is ideally situated for them, as the project benefits from sunny yet dry and cool climate, abundant land, and grid power availability with a decreasing carbon footprint. We are working closely with the local utility and digital currency experts to ensure a smooth integration between solar generation and currency mining operations.

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