iSun, Inc., a construction engineering company, has recently been selected to offer innovative solar products & services. This selection is regarding the expansion of phase one of the largest solar plus storage microgrid projects in the nation currently in progress in Jackson, Tennessee, which is led by Northern Reliability.
Phase one of this multi-phase solar project is a vision of the CDE (Community Development Enterprises), developed with an aim to deliver green energy solutions as well as economic relief in the United States. As per the terms of the agreement, iSun will be in charge of providing EPC (Engineering Procurement & Construction) services for the 16-MW of ground-mounted solar energy infrastructure. The contract is estimated to be valued at $25 million, with installations to begin in late summer 2021.
According to iSun’s Chief Executive Officer & Chairman, Jeffrey Peck, the recent selection of the company as the solar portion provider is a testament to its established position as an excellent EPC partner in the solar energy industry. Its team of experts will be capable of engaging in all stages of the project with its EPC expertise and innovation recommendations. Additionally, it has shown excitement towards working with the forward-thinking partners in CDE and Northern Reliability that share the same values. The latest constructed solar assets will result in offering immediate local job opportunities and benefits in the region for decades to come.
Northern Reliability’s VP of Sales & Development, Gregg Noble, has stated that the company is excited about the selection of iSun as the solar PV vendor for the new Solar Microgrid project in Jackson to help meet the CDE’s vision to redevelop Jackson as a green energy hub & energy model in the future. It will continue the path of serving the business and citizens in the community in partnership with iSun who shares the same vision as that of the company.