The two football-field sized roof is covered with 3,700 solar panels to produce power, savings and green benefits for owner, tenants and city
December 7, 2012 - Half Moon Ventures, LLC (HMV), a Chicago-based developer of solar and wind energy projects , unveiled its first solar electric power generation system in New York at a ceremony on the roof of i.Park Hudson yesterday, joined by Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano and Joe Cotter, principal of real estate development firm National Resources of Greenwich, CT. The multi-million dollar installation – which blankets as much square footage of rooftop as two professional football fields – is one of the largest in the state of New York and, when operational next month, will generate significant energy for the many users of electricity housed in the 24-acre technology, office and industrial complex in the heart of Yonkers.
“We are thrilled to bring this cutting-edge solar energy system to i.Park Hudson in Yonkers at no cost to the State, County, City or landlord,” said Michael Hastings, CEO of Half Moon Ventures. read more>>>