Hannah Solar Government Services designs solar PV system at U.S. Naval Base Guam

Hannah Solar Government Services

Charleston, South Carolina based Hannah Solar Government Services, a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), renewable energy company has been selected to design, engineer, and procure materials for a 1.08 MW PV system for the United States Navy at Naval Base Guam.

Naval Base Guam is a strategic, joint U.S. naval base located in the Northern Mariana Islands of the Pacific Ocean. Among its tenants are multiple U.S. Navy submarines, a Coast Guard Cutter, as well as nearly 30 other commands. Their strategic location has been vital to protecting U.S. and its allies’ interests since 1944.  

The ground mount solar PV energy system in design will result in significant reductions in the costs incurred on the base annually using traditional power sources. HSGS has completed multiple projects on U.S. military Installations at home and overseas, including Joint Base Pearl Harbor- Hickam, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, and the Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Site at Meck Island, among others.

“Naval Base Guam provides critical support and protection for the United States, and we are honored to be able to provide them with design and support for this ground mount solar system.” said Col (RET.) Dave McNeil, President and CEO of HSGS.

HSGS is a veteran-owned business leading the way in global energy security by designing and building renewable energy and microgrid systems. HSGS specializes in project development, design, installation, and maintenance of commercial and utility scale solar PV systems energy storage for government, commercial, and utility clients. HSGS’s breadth of experience includes projects that span the continental United States as well as overseas.

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