The city’s first building that features solar panels and solar water heaters is set for completion this month.
The building, the first to feature solar panels on the facade, will feature two large water heat units that will generate electricity to power the building.
It’s located in the Romford Market, located at the corner of South and West Broadway.
The building is part of the city’s new $25 million solar energy infrastructure, which will be completed later this year.
Romford Mayor Brian Foye said the building will be a “significant contribution” to the city.
The solar panels will create more than 300 megawatts of power for the city, which is currently the only place in the state to generate its own power.
The rooftop solar panels are a part of an array of solar panels that will provide the city with 100 megawatts (MW) of energy in 2017.
The city’s previous building, which was also solar powered, received a $250,000 grant from the city to help with the building’s solar panels.
Romney’s first solar panel building, in 2013, was also completed by the city and received $250 million in funding from the state.