Fourteen Primergy Solar projects serving schools in Illinois will use Solar FlexRack trackers

Solar Flex Rack

Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and solar tracker solutions, supplied Primergy Solar with its TDP and TDP 2.0 Solar Trackers for 14 projects, all of which will supply energy to schools in Illinois. Located in the north and central sections of Illinois, the projects together total over 8 MW.

“Primergy Solar has a solid team of experienced solar industry veterans and is building high-performance solar projects that will deliver lower-cost clean energy reliably to these schools for decades. School solar programs are a win-win for the schools and their communities,” commented Steve Daniel, Executive Vice President of Solar FlexRack.

The ground-mount solar systems range from 118 kW to 2 MW and are installed with native prairie grasses and pollinator gardens, which are important assets for both supporting a healthy ecosystem and benefitting local agriculture.

Primergy Solar is working with the Illinois schools powered by these projects to develop a curriculum that helps students learn more about renewable power generation and sustainability and integrates monitoring of the pollinator gardens and solar systems, as well as information about how solar generation works.

“Primergy Solar is pleased to near completion on this exciting phase of our Illinois portfolio,” said Adam Larner, Chief Operating Officer of Primergy Solar. “It’s important to have suppliers who deliver not only reliable technology but responsive, results-oriented customer service, and we’ve gotten both from Solar FlexRack.”

Listen to more in-depth conversations on Solar Builder's YouTube channel

Our most popular series include:

Power Forward! | A collaboration with BayWa r.e. to discuss higher level industry topics.
The Buzz | Where we give our 2 cents per kWh on the residential solar market.
The Pitch | Discussions with solar manufacturers about their new technology and ideas.

Tags: , ,

Comments are closed here.