MARCH 21, 2017 | HONOLULU, HAWAII
27.6MW Eurus Waianae Solar Project generates enough electricity to power 11,000 homes per year
REC Solar, a leading provider of commercial solar and energy solutions, today announced that it completed the installation of 27.6 megawatts (MW) of solar at the Eurus Waianae Solar Project. The utility-scale project, whose yearly energy output is equivalent to the electricity used by 11,000 homes, is owned and operated by Eurus Energy, an independent power producer and global developer of utility scale wind and solar projects.
MARCH 7, 2017 | HONOLULU, HAWAII
New Solar Installation Will Save Hawaii Foodbank About $2.1 Million Over Next 25 Years
The Hawaii Foodbank and REC Solar today celebrated the installation of a new solar array at the Foodbank’s Oahu warehouse. The 296.7 kilowatt solar system is estimated to save the Hawaii Foodbank about 463,742 kilowatt-hours of energy in the first year, which is equivalent to the purchase of over 102,000 meals, feeding 93 people daily over the course of one year.
NOVEMBER 14, 2016 | SANTA CLARA and SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA
Green Charge and REC Solar today announced plans to build the largest commercial solar-plus-energy storage project in Sonoma County.
Green Charge’s one megawatt (MW) commercial energy storage system paired with REC Solar’s solar system will be installed at SOMO Village in Rohnert Park, Calif. The combined solar-plus-storage system is expected to deliver more than $160,000 savings to SOMO Village in the first year and more than $1.8 million over the first 10 years of operations.
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The prodigious growth of solar power in the United States has turned what was once a boutique industry into a multibillion-dollar asset class. With gigawatts now in play, this burgeoning stable of solar asset investments needs to be properly operated, maintained and managed. Commercial solar system owners, building hosts and other stakeholders require professional operations and maintenance (O&M) services for each solar project to realize its full value potential.
The number of U.S. businesses with solar energy installations grew to a new high in 2015. Enterprises ranging from family-run companies to some of the country’s biggest corporations are producing their own energy, cutting operating expenses, and achieving environmental sustainability. A recent report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) provides data and insights into the diverse mix of corporate offices, office buildings, retail, manufacturing, data centers, distribution and logistics centers, and convention centers that have gone solar.