Solar Alliance Energy Inc., a solar energy options supplier centered on the industrial and industrial sector, has signed contracts for the design, engineering and building of two industrial tasks for a consumer in Tennessee.
The first is a ground-mount system with a capability of 250 kW and a capital value of $720,000. The second is a ground-mount system with a capability of 299 kW and a capital value of $860,000.
The two amenities, which shall be constructed at separate areas, are scheduled to start building within the third quarter and are presently focused for completion within the first quarter of 2024.
“These projects are the latest for Solar Alliance in Tennessee as we build out our project backlog into 2024,” says CEO Myke Clark. “The demand we are seeing for commercial and industrial solar is intensifying as the financial and environmental benefits of solar are becoming clearer to business owners.”
The two Solar Alliance ventures contribute to a backlog of contracted tasks in Tennessee that now totals $6.1 million, together with the next beforehand introduced contracts:
A 565 kW industrial solar facility for a producing consumer: The challenge, with a $1.47 million capital value, is scheduled to start building within the third quarter of 2023 and is presently focused for completion by the top of 2023.
An 872 kW solar challenge introduced in February of this 12 months, with a $1.8 million capital value. Design and engineering on the challenge started within the second quarter of 2023. Completion is focused for the top of 2023.
“The economic basis for businesses to make the switch to solar is more compelling than ever and we are increasingly confident in the road ahead,” concludes Clark.