DSD Renewables is working with The Home Depot to install 13 MW of rooftop solar across 25 California stores. These facilities contribute to The Home Depot’s goal of producing or sourcing 100% renewable energy to meet the power needs of the entire facility by 2030.
“Our team worked together to design a solar solution that optimally powers our portfolio of 25 stores in California and effectively reduces demand on the grid,” said Senior Direct Origination at DSD. Director Jason Chiang said. “We are thrilled to deploy industry-leading capabilities across this important new portfolio and play a role in helping The Home Depot achieve its sustainability goals.”
The portfolio is expected to begin construction in early 2023 and, upon completion, will generate over 17 million kWh of clean energy annually, directly powering Home Depot stores within the portfolio.
Ron Jarvis, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer at The Home Depot, said: “Harnessing power from the sun is critical to our renewable power goals and we are delighted to be working with DSD as we continue to expand our solar program and invest in alternative energy solutions. .”
DSD continues to work with The Home Depot on projects to expand the use of solar energy in New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland and Massachusetts, with additional projects planned in Arizona, California, Illinois and New York.
Dan O’Brien, Vice President of Direct Origination at DSD, said: “Home His Depot shares our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint and applauds our expanding renewable energy program.”
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