Solar Installed at USDA Buildings
A 1.6 MW array of SolarWorld solar panels spreads over acreage on the campus of the US Department of Agriculture’s George Washington Carver Center – a four-building office campus. The solar system consists of 315-watt, 72-cell monocrystalline solar panels.
The ground-mount system located on 10 acres at the facility in Beltsville, Maryland, is expected to be the largest solar power system in the Washington, DC, area.
Amber Enterprises handled engineering, procurement and construction of the Carver Center system.
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