24 May '11, 4pm

KYOCERA and APS Energy Services Provide 749kW of Solar Electricity to Nation's Leading Solar Campus, Arizona Sta...

KYOCERA and APS Energy Services Provide 749kW of Solar Electricity to Nation's Leading Solar Campus, Arizona Sta...

Designed and installed by APS Energy Services (APSES), the rooftop systems are mounted on Carson Student Athletic Center (71kW), Weatherup Center (141kW), Hayden Library (249kW) and Packard Drive South Parking Structure (290kW). They contribute to the second phase of a campus-wide solarization project that will help ASU attain 10 megawatts (MW) of solar generating capacity in 2011. “To demonstrate a commitment to renewable energy and sustainability we needed to work with experienced integrators and invest in solar products renowned for their quality, efficiency and high output,” stated Bonny Bentzin, director, campus sustainability practices with ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability. “For this reason we have aligned with APSES, a leader in clean energy services, and with Kyocera for the outstanding performance reputation of its solar modules.” According to Princeton Re...

Full article: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/partner/kyocera-s...

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