In an effort to maximize the energy savings for Sandia Prep, CST creatively utilized a variety of solar mounting solutions to install arrays at three locations within the school. CST’s innovative design and unique product solutions minimize the weight of the arrays while providing for efficient system operation. In alignment with CST’s commitment to support local economy, both the PV modules and racking components were obtained from local manufacturers.
CST and sister company Mosher Enterprises teamed up to design and install an elegant solar solution for the Toney Anaya Building, a New Mexico state government building. The technology behind the SCHOTT PV modules allows the system to be compact and streamlined, which boosts energy production per square foot by maximizing the use of the space available within the footprint of the array.
CST designed and installed a state-of-the-art solar array for the JCC that helps to offset approximately 50% of annual energy expenses. Utilizing renewable energy is in alignment with the JCC’s mission, “We like working with CST and we love helping to save our environment for future generations”, said JCC President Art Gardenswartz.
For the Clovis Civic Center and the Clovis Carver Library, CST installed high-efficiency, monocrystalline SunPower PV modules in order to maximize system capacity, and thus the energy savings per square foot of the array footprint.
Because the Corrales Recreation Center utilized a Solar Power Purchase Agreement (SPPA) for their array, CST performed a detailed analysis of historical energy consumption in order to properly size and design the system to support maximum economic value.