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. The completed system had a very limited space due to the presence of roof top mechanical equipment (HVAC, Fans etc).||1. SunGreen designed this system to be elevated above the mechanical pit. SunGreen also engineered this system to be clear and above all existing HVAC / vents. The completed solar installation successfully used dead space and effectively shaded the HVAC / mechanical systems.|
|2. There were unusually demanding aesthetic requirements. This system's canopy HAD to match the building look and feel.||2. Since the SunGreen (SG) principles are architects, SG custom designed the roof top canopy to match the design of building.|
|3. An important consideration for this project was to not disturb the tenants and guests of the shopping center. The shopping center had 30+ retail tenants.
||3. SunGreen did a lot of advance planning, and carefully coordinated with tenants and hotel operators.
|4. Another key consideration was to not disturb hotel guests during the installation process.||4. See above.|
|5. Traffic control for hotel guests and workers.||5. See above.|
|6. Installing a carport over the waterway.||6. SunGreen worked directly with the Army Corp of Engineers to get final approval.|