Hopkins Hill Solar

Project Story


The Hopkins Hill Project is located in a rural area within the Town of West Greenwich. It will sell power to residents in West Greenwich as well as other residents in the state. This new 6.68 MW project will produce around 12,029,940 kilowatt-hours of solar energy in its first year, eliminating more than 23,000 tons of carbon annually. It also incorporates a number of environmental benefits including sponsorship of two University of Rhode Island Watershed Watch water quality monitoring sites. 

The now fully-subscribed community solar installation will provide energy to more than 1,800 residential subscribers. The subscribers, located in National Grid's service territory, are provided with energy cost savings and help to advance Rhode Island's overall renewable energy goals.

The project was developed by Turning Point Energy.