PCI Solar has completed construction of a 1.8MW solar array for the City of Wasco in California. The energy from the array will virtually offset some of the energy from various buildings operated by the City of Wasco.
PCI Solar is pleased to announce the commencement of construction on a 1.8MW solar array for the City of Wasco in California. The energy from the array will virtually offset some of the energy from various buildings operated by the City of Wasco.
HoltCAT Texas is leading the way in Caterpillar’s effort to help their customers go solar. It is installing its first solar project using CAT-branded thin-film solar panels and inverters at the company’s San Antonio headquarters.
Toyota chose to host solar on their property as part of CPS’s (San Antonio’s municipal utility) Solarhost program. The award winning program gives incentive to a property owner to host a solar array on their property.
PCI Solar, which is installing a 600 kilowatt portfolio of rooftop solar for Austin Independent School District (AISD), provided classroom instruction in early May to Austin High School engineering students interested in careers in solar.
PCI is pleased to announce the completion of a 68kW photovoltaic array for Levy Company in San Antonio, Texas.
The array is located atop Levy Company’s headquarters and is designed to offset a majority of the site’s electrical consumption.
The project was designed by EDesignC Inc. and released for bid through a competitive RFP process. The solar array consists of a roof mounted ballasted system, three solar carports and a solar shade structure for the Transit Authority’s bus fleet.
PCI Solar will be exhibiting in Booth 214 from April 9-12 at Edison Electric Institute’s Spring National Key Accounts Workshop in Phoenix, one of the nation’s largest conferences focused on corporate renewable energy.