Freedom Solar Power, a Texas-based, residential and industrial solar power supplier, has accomplished a solar set up for Parkway Auto Group at its Honda dealership in Dover, Ohio.
This venture is the primary in a partnership that can see solar arrays put in at different Parkway dealerships as the corporate strives towards changing into 75% sustainable within the close to future.
“Parkway Honda’s partnership with Freedom Solar is making waves as one of Ohio’s premier solar installations in the automotive industry,” says Freedom Solar CEO Bret Biggart. “We are proud to partner with them in making their business more energy-efficient and helping them become one step closer to their sustainable goals.”
Freedom Solar put in a 7,038 sq. ft. solar array that consists of 248 panels, producing 120.3 kW of on-site power. Each yr, Parkway Honda will scale back its carbon footprint by over 91.9 metric tons of CO2 with the solar array.
“We couldn’t be happier with our decision,” says Parkway Honda’s accomplice, Mark C. Mears. “We are one of the first dealerships in the county to go solar, and we are proud to be leading the way within Dover and Tuscarawas County. By diminishing our carbon footprint, we are achieving advantages never seen before rather than just reducing our electricity bill.”
Mears says a number of elements performed into the corporate’s resolution to maneuver ahead with the conversion to on-site power era at its Honda dealership, together with native and federal monetary incentives and the truth that the dealership had ample roof space to accommodate solar arrays highly effective sufficient to offset a big share of their energy prices.
Freedom Solar’s industrial specialty has been within the auto seller house, having accomplished quite a lot of turnkey solar era programs for sellers throughout America.