Chaberton reaches 100 solar sites under contract



Project developer Chaberton Energy Holdings announced it has reached 100 solar energy sites under contract in less than four years, and it plans to double its growth in the next two years. Chaberton controls more than 650 MWDC of community solar sites in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, New Mexico, Oregon, New Jersey and Italy.

Two adjacent community solar projects in West Friendship, Howard County, Maryland, totaling 6.25 MW. Credit: Chaberton Energy

“As we contemplate the 100-site milestone, I am struck with a sense of pride for the team’s incredible efforts,” said Chaberton Energy CEO and founder Stefano Ratti. “To maintain the momentum of the energy transition, we have a responsibility to bring more community solar online while also saving customers money on their utility bills. I am grateful that we’ve been able to reach 100 sites in a relatively short time.”

After initially launching with projects in the Mid-Atlantic region in 2020, Chaberton established a national profile as a community solar developer. The company has broadened its portfolio to include commercial and industrial projects and it is now active in more than 10 states, due in part to favorable state solar policies that continue to emerge across the country.

“Chaberton will be busy this year offering valuable solar options for communities and for businesses that recognize the benefits of generating their own electricity, cutting costs and reducing their carbon footprint,” Ratti said. “We enter 2024 fueled by a strong sense of purpose and a steadfast commitment to helping advance the energy transition. We are proud of our achievements, but also eager to embrace the opportunities and challenges ahead.”

Ratti attributes the company’s success and growth to its shared values of creativity, excellence, and humanity. This foundation creates a business culture that’s attractive to high-quality employees and customers alike. It also sets a positive tone for Chaberton’s early engagement in communities where it operates.

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