Nine superstructures were installed, creating a total of 126,770 sq. ft. of multipurpose usage areas.
With average clearance heights of 22 feet, solar superstructures are well suited for basketball courts, recreation areas, work areas, large equipment areas, and many other areas that would benefit from shade.. (read more…)
Ballasted ground mount solution allowed for solar installation on otherwise unused archaeological site.
The optimum solar project location was a parcel of land owned by the District and located just north of the school. The parcel had remained unused because it lies within the boundaries of a known archaeological site called the Hodges Site. (read more…)
Solar installations financed with zero upfront cost.
The three solar installations in Reid Park will produce 31.9 million kWh of electricity over the next 20 years and were financed with zero upfront cost. Savings began in year one, with total savings estimated at $1.8 million. (read more…)