Austin, Texas-based PCI Solar has begun construction of a 2.46 MW portfolio for the city of Woodland, Calif. The six separate systems, which include carports, rooftops, a solar shade canopy, and ground-mount solar, will assist in offsetting Woodland’s energy use at its City Hall, Community Center, Library, Police Station and other city facilities.
The systems are being built with Hanwha Q-Cells panels and Solectria inverters and include such cost-saving innovations as aluminum homerun conductors and energy optimization through localized step-up transformers.
The Woodland solar portfolio is the latest municipal solar project for PCI Solar. The PCI Solar team’s previous municipal solar projects span the country from a 400-kw project for Passaic Valley School District in New Jersey to a 1-MW portfolio for Alamo Heights Independent School District in San Antonio, TX to a 400kw ground mount project for the City of Bisbee, AZ.
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