O’Neal forms PV project partnership with Scheuten Solar USA

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O’Neal, the Greenville-based integrated design and construction firm, has formed a strategic partnership with Scheuten Solar USA. The two companies plan to offer turnkey PV solar systems for industrial, commercial, institutional, and utility-scale solar projects.

“We are pleased to partner with Scheuten Solar USA to offer PV solar solutions to the market,” said Kevin Bean, O’Neal’s president and CEO. “Scheuten is a proven world leader in solar and glass technologies.”

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O’Neal and Scheuten USA will conduct site feasibility analysis and offer solar system design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, and monitoring services. The two companies also plan to work with other solar distributors and installers in Southeast U.S.

“This is a natural entree to our focus on the growing renewable market. The number of people and companies interested in exploring solar technologies is up dramatically. We’ve partnered with Scheuten Solar USA so that we can deliver turnkey renewable solutions to our customers, and can help them navigate the tax and regulatory aspects of solar energy,” Bean said.

“Our capabilities are very complimentary,” said Dave Johnson, president of Scheuten Solar USA. “O’Neal has a solid history in the design and construction business, and we have a long history of providing solar solutions,” he added. “We are excited about helping more companies take advantage of the benefits of clean, renewable solar energy.”

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