By Kelly Pickerel Standard Solar is partnering with Salisbury University (SU) in Salisbury, Maryland, to construct, operate, own and maintain a 543.9-kW solar system featuring three solar canopies and five electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The canopies will cover a parking lot to provide shade for the University’s Parking Lot H, as well power to the adjacent educational buildings.
The 543.9-kWdc system is comprised of 1,554 modules that will produce 765,000 kWh hours of electricity annually. That’s enough electricity to power 51 percent of the electricity used by Holloway Hall, 34% of the consumption in Fulton Hall or 32% of Conway Hall.
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