Park Hudson Project
Joined by Mayor Mike Spano Half Moon Power unveiled its first solar electric power generation system in New York at a ceremony on the roof of i.Park Hudson in December of 2012. 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 generates significant energy for the many users of electricity housed in the 24-acre technology, office and industrial complex in the heart of Yonkers.
“The City of Yonkers is proud to be home to Westchester County’s largest commercial rooftop solar power system,” said Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano, who is a member of the State Assembly co-sponsored of the New York Solar Industry Development and Jobs Act. “Private sector investments such as this play an important role in helping to blaze the trail toward a greener, stronger New York.”
The site generates more than 1.2 million kilowatt hours of electricity a year – enough to power over 120 homes for a year – while removing the equivalent of the annual harmful greenhouse emissions of over 160 cars from the environment and easing demand on the grid.