SPG Solar Unveils 500 kW AC Solar Project for Water Agency

SPG Solar, Inc. (SPG) announced the commissioning of a 500-kilowatt (kW) AC kilowatt commercial photovoltaic (PV) solar energy system for the Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA).

“The Agency is proud to have the wastewater treatment plant partially powered by the sun,” said Cordel Stillman, Capital Projects Manager for the Sonoma County Water Agency. “It is our goal to continue providing exceptional sanitation services while protecting the environment by utilizing renewable energy sources.” The system is made up of 3,312 Sharp 180-watt modules and one SatCon 500 kW inverter, ground mounted in three sections on the face of a reclamation pond that serves SCWA Airport-Larkfield-Wikiup sanitation zone treatment plant, located just north of Santa Rosa, California. The system performance will be monitored by SPG’s proprietary SunSpot with a display kiosk for real-time production measurement. “Sonoma County has the ideal climate for solar and we are bringing our proven quality of work and expert personnel to provide the highest performing solar energy systems in the industry to the Sonoma County Area,” said Dan Thompson, President and CEO of SPG Solar.
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