Soltura is pleased to announce the completion on January 20, 2012 of our 101 kw photovoltaic system at the City of Alamosa’s Family Recreation Center. Soltura’s new facility will provide approximately 100% of the electricity needs for the recreation center. The facility was constructed under a 20-year power purchase agreement with the City of Alamosa that will provide immediate energy savings to the City and predictability of energy costs moving forward. The facility is expected to generate over 170,000 kwh of clean, renewable power per year.
Through the magic of Boulder, CO-based Egauge’s monitoring technology, you can follow one of our 9.87 kilowatt system’s performance in real time here:
This system is saving money for a Denver, CO church while producing clean electricity.
Soltura has completed its 63 kilowatt PV system for the NW Parkway. The system was built by Bella Energy of Louisville, Colorado. This system will save the NW Parkway money on its electricity bill from day 1.
The system uses Schott panels, Schletter racking and SMA America inverters and is comprised of 7 distinct arrays along the Parkway. Most of the locations will be quite visible from the Parkway.
Soltura entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement to sell the NW Parkway all of the electricity from the system.
Soltura has completed through a sub-contract with Bella Energy (www.bellaenergy.com) a 9.87 kw PV system for the Kirk of Bonnie Brae in Denver, CO. Soltura will own and operate the system under a 20-year power purchase agreement with the church. Soltura’s solution will allow the church to save money from day 1 without investing any up front money in the project.