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PV solution and service provider builds another 1.3MW plant for education facility in Corcoran

Conergy did one again. That’s working with four time partner, Washington Gas Energy Systems, Inc. So the team has successfully completed installing seven solar energy systems in California’s central valley for the City of Corcoran.

In addition, this time the partners installed a total of 1.3 megawatts at local school facilities. That’s in a combination of both carport and ground mounted solar energy systems. Seems it’s a special expertise of Conergy. Through this project, Conergy further expands its cooperation with utilities in the USA. Similarly on projects not financed by the end-user of the clean energy but by a third party.

As EPC, Conergy was responsible for engineering, procurement of product and constructing the system. As well as ongoing operations and maintenance. The long term ownership of the solar plants belongs to Conergy’s partner Washington Gas Energy Systems.

All whom the PV solution and service provider has already executed other projects in both California and New Mexico.

City of Corcoran to save on electricity costs through self-consumption

The energy produced by the power plants will be used directly by the schools. All to avoid increasing energy prices and to stabilize overall costs for the school district. The schools will be using 100% of the generated electricity via a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Washington Gas Energy Systems that has a term of 20 years. The more than 4,400 solar modules will produce more than two million megawatt hours of clean solar power daily. That is the same amount of energy sufficient to supply more than 21,000 laptops running eight hours a day for a year. And, the installations are expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions equal to recycling around 560 tons of waste!
Source: Conergy,

Denver / Corcoran, February 14, 2014 –

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  1. Kansas City is adding solar to public buildings, just blogged a press release from the city about adding solar to farmers market. #gogreen

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