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Landscape Garden Plymouth

Landscaping modules generate electricity from sunlight, which can be fed into the mains electricity supply of a building or sold to the public electricity grid.
Reducing the need for fossil fuel generation.

Introduce Project

Landscaping will create jobs and generate an entirely new source of long-term revenue for the project’s host communities and landowners. The total direct financial impact to the region is likely to exceed $172 million over about 30 years, with additional indirect economic benefits greatly exceeding that number.

In addition to paying property taxes, the project must also provide “tangible benefits” to the local host communities. The tangible benefits package for the Downeast Wind project will be determined in conjunction with local host communities and other interested parties in the region.

Implementation Process

The total direct financial impact to the region is likely to exceed $172 million over about 30 years, with additional indirect economic benefits greatly exceeding that number.

  • Energy for approximately 25,000 households per year
  • Energy delivered to ERCOT through shared transmission facilities
  • Annual savings equivalent to 5 tons of coal
  • Down about 2 million liters of gas emissions greenhouse effect

Landscaping will create jobs and generate an entirely new source of long-term revenue for the project’s host communities and landowners.

The total direct financial impact to the region is likely to exceed $172 million over about 30 years, with additional indirect economic benefits greatly exceeding
that number.