Kenyon Energy and Tri-City Electrical Contractors have completed a 1.1MW solar system installation for Darden Restaurants at their Restaurant Support Center in Orlando, FL. The largest private roof top solar array in Florida, the system will generate enough power to subsidize 15 to 20 percent of the RSC’s annual usage – the equivalent of taking the campus off the power grid for nearly two months.
The Saint Charles International fruit and vegetable distribution centre in Perpignan, France is now the site of the world’s largest building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) system, after 97,000 Solaire France Sunstyle PV roofing tiles were installed on its roof.
Conergy has finished work on its 1.75MW rooftop PV system on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria. The system, situated on the roof of coffee roaster Emicela in Agüimes, took just two months to complete and will generate up to 2,600 MWh of electricity annually.
Scheuten Solar has supplied the BIPV-modules for a new high-rise building in Madrid, Spain. The 378 custom-made monocrystalline panels have a power generation capacity of 60kWp.
Parity Solar has installed a built-in photovoltaics (BIPV) system at the New Area Court House complex in Zhenjiang, China. The crystalline and thin-film modules are being installed over the skylight on the complex’s roof and will have a power generation capacity of 200kW.
Martifer Solar has installed a 2.88MW rooftop facility in the Czech Republic’s capital city, Prague. The 67,816-square-metre array covers six separate buildings in an out-of-city industrial park and is operated by a third-party.
Pepco Energy Services will be designing and constructing a US$2.3 million solar PV project at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Germantown, Maryland campus.
Chevron Energy Solutions, Oceanic Time Warner Cable and Tioga Energy have started construction work on a joint venture at Oceanic's Mililani Tech Park. When completed, the 856KW facility will be the largest solar canopy project on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.