This pages introduces other solar projects in neighboring communities.
Coeymans Solar Farm (formerly Hecate Albany County 1 and Hecate Albany County 2). Facility Area located between State Route 9W and County Route 101 in the Town of Coeymans, Albany County.
Coeymans Solar Farm
428 acres - farmland owned by Mark Flach
The Facility is sited in an industrial and agricultural mixed area characterized by rolling topography, with gently sloped areas transected by small streams and/or wetlands in the low-lying areas between elevated landforms. The Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School is located approximately 0.3 miles south of the Facility Area.
In its application, Flach Family Farms says it is a farming operation local to the Project that is currently farming hay, soybeans and corn. Flach Family Farms indicates that it intends to utilize the requested funds to conduct a preliminary investigation into the suitability of integrating sheep grazing within the proposed project area to minimize the impacts to agricultural production at the project site.
Gedney Hill (Hecate Energy) in New Baltimore is a 20-megawatt solar project.
Unknown at this time
Proposed by a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, East Point Energy Center is a 50-megawatt solar project located in the Town of Sharon in Schoharie County.
East Point Energy Center, LLC
1,313 acres in the Town of Sharon, Schoharie County
Proposed by NextEra Energy Resources, High River Energy Center, LLC a 90-megawatt solar project in the Montgomery County town of Florida, NY.
1,220 acres in Florida, NY