Sacramento International Airport goes solar

By Kathie Zipp The Sacramento International Airport (SMF), which saw 10.9 million passengers travel through last year, recently advanced its sustainability efforts with a new PV system.
The 7.9-MW project at SMF, which uses SMA inverters, consists of two sites: A 15-acre plot near the airport’s economy parking lot, and a 20-acre location north of the runway. In total, the system uses two Sunny Central 2200-US inverters integrated with a Medium-Voltage Block, and three Sunny Central 800 CP-US inverters.
Borrego Solar, a commercial solar company that specializes in designing and constructing solar and energy storage projects, constructed the project with financing from NRG, which will

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