GreenTech Renewable Solutions has been designing and installing PV systems since 2008. Some of our largest projects to date include the newly awarded 3.45 MW NJ Holland Township project and Seagrove Solar Farm which, after the latest phase of development in 2011, has an annual output of about 530 MWhs. In addition to Seagrove Solar and other utility-scale projects, GTRS also works with business owners, government and non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and home owners.
GTRS firmly believes that renewable energies like solar energy are the key to economic stability and future success. Below are several of our latest projects. Have a question or want to get started on a solar project with us? Contact our staff to receive more information about our services.
Project: Seagrove Solar Field
Project Size: 1 Megawatt Initiative
Activation Date: Ongoing since 2009
Project Details: Seagrove Solar is uniquely sub-metered which allows individuals and businesses to take ownership in and support North Carolina’s growing renewable energy economy. Development in 2012 will complete our 1 Megawatt Initiative by installing at least 20 additional 22.08 kW systems available for purchase. The systems are monitored off-site, reducing costs while ensuring proper operation and maximum efficiency.
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Project: Axiom Environmental PV Roof
Project Size: 4.95 kilowatts
Activation Date: Summer 2011
Project Details: GTRS is committed to helping businesses turn their unused roof space into sustainable income and giving building owners a solution to high operating costs. The roof-mounted system for Axiom includes (22) 225 watt PV panels. This grid-tied system is expected to produce 7.4 MWhs per year and generate not only electrical power but sustainable profit. The system has a life expectancy of 25 years.
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Project: Raleigh, NC Residential PV Roof
Project Size: 5.52 kilowatts
Activation Date: 2011
Project Details: Residential systems are an excellent investment for home owners. PV systems can increase resale value, provide clean, reliable energy, and generate sustainable income for owners. This residential system includes (24) 230 watt PV panels. The inverter for the system is grid-tied, so electricity produced can be sent directly to the electric grid. The system is expected to produce an estimated 6.75 MWhs of electricity annually.
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