4-Megawatt Solar Project Completed on Closed Landfill in Marshfield, Massachusetts

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Sanborn Head is proud to have supported the development of a 4-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) project built on top of a closed private landfill in Marshfield, Massachusetts.  The system is expected to produce more than 5,000,000-kilowatt hours of clean energy each year, which will help power the town of Marshfield’s municipal buildings and schools.  Sanborn Head worked collaboratively with the regulators and the EPC contractor to permit, design, and construct this project in just a few short months.