Duke Distributed Generation Solar Sites Revealed
Oct 14, 2009 - Renewable Energy World.com
Four sites have been selected to have solar energy systems installed on their rooftops as part of the first phase of Duke Energy's distributed solar generation program in North Carolina. Duke Energy has selected large nonresidential customer sites for this first phase.
The first, at the National
Gypsum Company in Mount Holly, will house a 1.2-megawatt
(MW) system that includes 5,096 rooftop solar panels.
The second at Highwood
Properties in Greensboro, will be a 1.6-MW system
that includes 7,020 rooftop solar panels. The third,
at a Food
Lion, in Salisbury, will be a 1.3-MW system that
includes 5,616 rooftop solar panels and the final
system at the Childress
Klein Properties in Charlotte, will be a 532-kilowatt
(kW) system that includes 2,314 rooftop solar panels.