SCHOTT Solar PV, Inc. and the consolidated Solar Technologies is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico (CST) today inaugurated a 50 kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic (PV) solar system Moriarty High school. The installation was financed by the subsidy system began in 2009, starting from the date on which the resources of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (the table). This marks the fifth installation of the system, the CST has performed with the New Mexico schools see Solar panels in the SCHOTT-granting program.
The country attached to the system used by more than 200 Albuquerque SCHOTT POLY ® photovoltaic made modules and yield savings of about $ 15, 000 annually. Moriarty-high school is one of 15 schools in the Member State can be selected through a competitive grant process.
“Our new solar array is not only our school-save the costs of electricity, but it will be important learning tool for our students,” said Dr. Karen couch, Superintendent Moriarty-Edgewood school district. “Consolidated Solar technologies, and companies like SCHOTT Solar are helping to grow clean energy economy, New Mexico. We hope this project will stimulate our State, our students become part of the growing solar industry’s interest. “
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SCHOTT Solar, a by-the flagship of the factory building is opened on the South side of Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2009, employs more than 300 local workers and is a growing economic driver for the solar industry in New Mexico.
“SCHOTT Solar is dedicated to the strong solar industry a New Mexico and throughout the nation, and our high-quality, proven modules,” said Tom Hecht, Chairman of the Executive Director of sales of the SCHOTT Solar PV, Inc. “our partnership with CST and Moriarty high school is an excellent example of how the Sun can enrich the Local traininglocal job creation and energy conservation is an integral part of the communities. In conjunction with the implementation of the New Mexico we have abundant sunshine, and create a truly national. “
Consolidated Solar is installed on your system, the technology systems integrator with the Albuquerque, New Mexico for many years of experience in electrical design and construction of large commercial properties.
Mike Mattioli, Executive Director of the CST “is a valuable partner for us, SCHOTT not only produce high-quality of Albuquerque, New Mexico, but their responsiveness to our needs,” said. “The consolidated Solar Tech was able to develop this system and submit the schedule. The result is a system that produces clean renewable energy sources in the Moriarty High school. “