Array Technologies Completes 2 MW System in Florida
DuraTrack™ HZ system to offset 64,780 lbs. of CO2 over lifetime
Albuquerque, NM – 10/2/12 – A solar park in Florida is now generating clean solar energy, thanks to a 2 MWdc DuraTrack™ HZ system from Array Technologies. Constructed and developed by Sybac Solar, the electricity produced at the Murphree Solar Farm will be sold to Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) at a low, fixed rate for the lifetime of the project.
Located on 9 acres of land in Gainesville, FL, the tracker will reliably produce energy at a levelized cost for over 20 years, saving GRU money as electricity rates rise over time. Chosen for its dependability, robust performance and little to no required maintenance, the DuraTrack™ HZ system’s articulating driveline design minimizes material costs to maximize the return on investment for stakeholders.
The Murphree Solar Farm is another addition to an area that has seen plenty of PV projects over the past few years. According to the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL), Gainesville accounts for 39 percent of all solar installations in the state of Florida.
About Array Technologies
Array Technologies is a market leader in tracking technology for utility, commercial and residential solar electric systems. The company has been pioneering robust, reliable and easy-to-install solar tracking systems for over two decades, and engineers and manufactures in the USA.
About Sybac Solar
Sybac Solar, LLC is the U.S. subsidiary of Sybac GmbH; one of the largest solar integrators in Germany. Located in Lakeland, Florida, Sybac Solar maintains close relationship with Central Florida Development Council and many local businesses. They support the community by giving preference to local installers, engineers and electricians. Their best of class quality and pricing is guaranteed on all system components. To learn more about Sybac Solar, please visit www.sybacsolar.com.