SunEnergy1 has completed the first stage of its own solar farm located in Plymouth, NC and held a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday.
According to the Solar technology company, stage one of the project is 2.4 megawatt and the panels were installed in under 17 days. The system passed its final inspection on December 30th. Plans to commission the first stage are underway.
The 2.4 MW ground-mount system is comprised of 9,800 Bosch 245 watt panels and utilizes 4 Schneider Electric GTX-500 inverters. The entire array will be constructed with a racking system made by Daetwyler Clean Energy and Platipus anchors.
SunEnergy1 will own and operate the system and will interconnect the system through Dominion Power.