View the photos and videos of this commercial solar facade and tracking carport canopy designed and built for the 2nd largest electric company in U.S. by the founders of K12 Energy.
A show piece for the second largest investor owned utility in the country.
Maximizing the roof and facade creating a solar waterfall effect.
The structural engineers were key in designing the attachments to the facade an roof.
The carport follows the sun from eat to west. When the sun raises the panels face east and end the day facing west.
Providing employees shaded parking is a great perk
The carport structure was painted black and powder coated to protect it from rust over the years
The parking lot lost very few parking spaces.
Approximatelly 1,000 kWp installed against the clock due to a utility deadline. This is a non penetrating ballasted solar system.
156kW non penetrating ballasted rooftop solar installation for this very active church and school.
A combination of a non penetrating ballasted rooftop solar installation and cement tile mounted solar.
This church solar system not only generates cheaper power than the utility but it provides shade.
Overlooking the water this modern church is harnessing the powe of the sun with a rooftop solar system.
To maximize the space available we installed a unique east west facing non penetrating ballasted system.
More than clean and cheaper power than the utility, shade to cars and pedestrians are the added benefits to this very busy church.
The ground mounted solar system provides the highest output given is perfect south orientation with an ideal tilt for the latitude.
A unique carport structure where panels face east and west. The design provides maximum height clearance.
Q&A with Scott Leggett, executive Pastor at Santa Cruz Bible Church. The projects utilized multiple roofs and attachment methods.
We maximize the of the school and church roofs to generate cleaner and cheaper power than the utility's.
Helping the church in the mega renovation project of the old Montgomery Wards property in downtown Bakersfield.