Constellation Energy Group, Inc. is developing two large solar panel systems in Anne Arundel County, at the Combined Support Complex Millersville, and Coppin State University.

Constellation Energy is currently developing two rooftop solar power in Maryland, and funded in part by grants through the Maryland Energy Administration’s Project Sunburst initiative.

Baltimore-based Constellation (NYSE: CEG) will finance the construction of the panels and hold those who sell electricity produced by each organization at a reduced price over 20 years.

The Arundel facility houses the county’s maintenance, fire and school storage departments. The 750-kilowatt solar system is expected to replace 90 percent of building energy consumption.

Initial setup is a 750kW solar project, Anne Arundel County’s Combined Support Services Complex in Millersville. Roof-mounted system is about 3060 crystalline PV solar panels and produces about 900 000 kWh of electricity per year.

In addition to 500kW solar installation can be compile Coppin State University in Baltimore. Sun’s project to supply solar electricity to the university’s new physical education complex using the 2040 crystalline PV roof-mounted solar panels. Annual production system is expected to more than 600,000 kWh. Together, Coppin State and Anne Arundel plants produce about 1.5 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year.

“This is a great example of how cooperation between the state and local businesses can support clean, renewable energy generation and will help keep electricity prices affordable,” Ron Melchior, Deputy Managing Director of renewable energy sources in Constellation Energy’s retail business, said in a statement.