SOLON, UniSource bring solar to Arizona

SOLON Corporation has entered into an agreement with UniSource Energy Services (UES) that will bring a 1.22MW solar system to Kingman, Arizona. The plant will be powered by SOLON systems and modules, providing a faster, more cost-efficient method for UES to integrate solar power into its renewable energy portfolio for Kingman residents. UES will own and operate the system which will spread across six acres owned by the Kingman Unified School District (KUSD) behind La Senita Elementary School. Upon completion, it will be the largest single physical photovoltaic (PV) system located on school property in Arizona. SOLON will lead the engineering, procurement and construction services. In total, the system will feature six of SOLON’s single-axis trackers, using over 5000 UL-certified 235-watt solar modules. To help ensure the plant’s performance and efficiency, the company is also providing its SCADA system, which enables remote control and monitoring.

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