• “The two solar canopies will produce approximately 1,800,000 kWh’s of electricity annually which will be sold to Hingham,” said Jill Donahue, a spokeswoman for Omni-Navitas, referring to the projects in Hingham. That would eliminate the consumption of around 3,000 barrels of oil each year."


  • Athanas was happy to lease land he wasn’t tilling to Omni Navitas, a Boston-based solar energy development group, for two solar farms supplying 900 residential customers. “It’s a great deal,” Athanas says. “I feel like the Johnny Appleseed of solar power."


  • Selectmen signed off Tuesday on a 20-year deal to purchase solar energy credits from a site in Canton, boosting the town’s use of renewable energy and lowering its utility bills. The board approved a long-term net metering agreement with solar developer Omni Navitas.


  • Selectmen on Tuesday approved 20-year agreements with Omni Navitas related to solar power canopies planned to be installed above parking lots at the West Natick MBTA station and a commercial building at 680 Worcester Road in Framingham.