Since 2009, SunGreen Systems has been designing and installing custom turnkey solar PV solutions. These project summaries will help you get a better idea of our work. In 2015, SunGreen designed and installed a premium, 690+ rooftop solar panels for Mortech Manufacturing of Asuza, Calif. Prior to this, SunGreen also built an advanced commercial solar power system for the Los Angeles Dept. of Social Services in Glendale, Calif. This solar solution contained over 1,400 rooftop solar modules, custom installed atop the canopy of a parking structure. For YKK-USA Inc., located in Anaheim, CA, SunGreen designed and installed a cost-effective commercial rooftop solution containing 1,968 solar PV modules. These are just a few examples of SunGreen's extensive solar system design, engineering, and installation expertise. The below slideshow will go into dozens of SunGreen's recent solar installation projects in more detail.
|1. It was necessary to meet a wide range of strict requirements, coming from multiple layers of a governmental agency.||1. SunGreen communicated well at every level, keeping the project on schedule.|
|2. This project presented multiple traffic control issues. The parking garage where the solar system installation took place had to be closed during construction. Nearby streets had to be closed so that solar PV modules and other equipment could be craned up.
||2. SunGreen carried through on its advance planning. SunGreen did careful and well thought-out coordination with the city and with the local building operators.|
|3. Meeting hard deadlines to gain elibility for tax credits.||3. SunGreen had to have this system placed into service (PTO) before the end of the year. A $1,000,000 rebate was at stake. This key goal was achieved.|
|4. This project presented unsual engineering challenges. The solar panel installation had to take place on the top deck of parking structure.||4. SunGreen planned and custom designed and engineered this solar system. The completed solar system accomodated the strict load requirements on the roof deck of the parking structure.|