Suniva modules power Arkansas VA Medical Center

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US-based module manufacturer Suniva, Inc. announced that its high-powered modules will power the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The medical centre is one of many Veteran’s Administration buildings in the US that are now powered by Suniva PV modules.

The 312kW array is made up of three parking lot canopies, which cover 100 parking spaces at the centre. The installation, which was installed by Meridian Solar and includes both a Solectria 266 kW inverter and a Draker Monitoring System, will feed power directly into the primary distribution loop for the entire facility.

Matt Card, vice president of global sales and marketing at Suniva, said: “We are delighted that Meridian Solar chose Suniva’s Buy America-compliant modules for this Veteran facility. Our high-powered modules are proving more valuable than ever before as the government’s renewable energy objective continues to be achieved.”

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