Solar microgrid keeps energy flowing at aquatic testing firm

The nearly 250-kW rooftop microgrid system is expected to produce over 380,000 kWh of clean, renewable energy in year one.

Solaris Energy helped fund a solar microgrid project that will let environmental research firm Pacific EcoRisk remain operational at all times.

Based in Fairfield, California, Pacific EcoRisk is a consulting and testing firm formed by scientists who have been conducting sampling, testing and researching aquatic biology and toxicology for over 30 years.

“It has been a goal of the company for quite some time and we welcomed the opportunity to lower our operating carbon footprint. Over the long run, we will also be able to keep our annual electricity costs down,” said Jeffrey Cotsifas, president of Pacific EcoRisk.

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Source: Solar Power World

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