Hunt Military Communities will expand solar rooftop photovoltaic capabilities throughout housing communities at Scott Air Force Base, which includes more than 1,500 homes. The project, scheduled to be complete by Q4 2021, will produce an estimated 3.5 million kilowatt-hours of electricity annually and will enable the community to draw up to 20 percent of its total power supply from renewable energy.
John Hoyt, Vice President of Hunt Military Communities, stated, “Hunt Military Communities is wholly dedicated to ensuring that our communities are operating efficiently and with a minimal environmental impact. Through the deployment of solar energy systems, we can help reduce energy costs and reinvest those resources into our communities, reaffirming our commitment to military families across the United States.”
This project will be completed in partnership with True Green Capital Management (TGC). Together, TGC and Hunt Military Communities have installed approximately 12 megawatts of solar projects across six military housing communities.