Solar inverters company picked for project at California county jail

Solectria Renewables LLC, a U.S. manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) inverters, said that its Megawatt Solar Station (MSS 1 MW) has been commissioned to power the County of Santa Barbara’s PV array. The system is located at the County Jail in Santa Barbara, Calif. and will provide power to the Calle Real Campus, a site that encompasses various county facilities.

The system spans seven acres and is comprised of 4,500 SolarWorld modules and Solectria Renewables’ MSS 1MW. The system will provide electricity to more than 10 county facilities, reducing energy consumption by one-third.

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