CEG Solar Projects
CEG, in conjunction with GEXPRO Energy Solutions and Viron Consulting Group, provided engineering design services for 76 photovoltaic (PV) systems on 11 buildings at nine Access Storage locations across New Jersey. The systems totaled 1.47 MW in size using 6,654 SolarWorld 245W monocrystalline silicon modules. SMA Sunny Boy and SMA Sunny Central grid-tied inverters were used to convert the DC power to AC power to deliver solar energy to the grid. Racking systems used for the project included Unirac RapidRac for the flat-roofed projects and Unirac Solarmount for the pitched metal building roofs.
CEG, in conjunction with GEXPRO Energy Solutions, provided engineering design services for the new 132 kWp photovoltaic system at the new Delta Water Supply Water Treatment Plant in Stockton, CA. The $215 million project provides up to 160 million gallons per day of treated drinking water for the Stockton metropolitan area. The PV portion of the project consists of 560 SolarWorld 245W photovoltaic monocrystalline silicon modules installed above four parking canopies at the Administration and Operations Building parking lot.
CEG, in conjunction with GEXPRO Energy Solutions, provided engineering design services for this new 1.92MW photovoltaic project in central New Jersey. SeaBox is a custom manufacturer of corrugated steel and aluminum ISO shipping containers for military and commercial applications. The PV project consists of 8,008 SolarWorld 245W photovoltaic monocrystalline silicon modules installed on the 330,000-square-foot main plant roof. The project is one of the largest operational roof-mounted PV projects in New Jersey.
“We had a unique thematic vision for the restaurant that CEG worked tirelessly with us on for many months during the design portion of the project. During construction unanticipated issues hampered construction and CEG was always responsive and timely to anything that needed engineering attention.”
Chris Herrnkind, GM, Grills Seafood