MISF is a local renewable energy project developed by a local team for our community. When completed, the solar farm, consisting of 67,000 solar panels, will be capable of supplying 19.2 MW of electricity to the system for use by customers. Our project represents an optimal green and sustainable use of this otherwise industrial zoned space, maximizing carbon reduction and minimizing impact on the ecology of the area.
MISF is a homegrown project being developed with the local community in mind. We are a renewable energy project that takes carbon out of the air; reduces harmful particulate matter that is linked to asthma, cancer, lung and heart disease; reduces our dependency on fossil fuels; and creates a sustainable green economy that encourages smart growth on Long Island. In the long run, we want to help local communities and businesses reduce their energy bills with renewable energy projects like this one and contribute to a thriving renewable energy industry on Long Island.
MISF is being developed by a Long Island-based team that includes partners and leading environmental consultants with significant combined experience in the area:
Gerald Rosengarten – Managing Member
Adam Rosen – Project Manager
L.K. McLean Associates, P.C. – Environmental and Construction Engineer
VHB Engineering – Consulting (Environmental Construction and Project Design)
Lizardos Engineering – Utility Liaison, Electrical Design, and Construction Engineer