by Staff Writers
Pennsauken NJ (SPX) May 26, 2017
Dynamic Energy completed the installation of a 271 kW roof mount solar energy system at the Keystone Cap Company' facility in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Keystone Cap Company is a leading New Jersey manufacturer of disposable paper caps. The solar system is expected to produce approximately 340,000 kWh of energy in its first year of operation.
The project is eligible for the New Jersey SREC incentive program, which will provide Keystone with a significant revenue for the next 15 years, in addition to electricity savings. Dynamic Energy, a full-service solar energy solutions provider, developed, designed and built the system.
Andrew Feinstein, Chief Executive Officer of Keystone Cap Company, is enthusiastic about the savings the solar project will provide the company. "Keystone is saving money and helping the environment at the same time - everyone wins!" said Andrew.
"Dynamic Energy's team congratulates Keystone Cap on hosting this new solar system," said Brett Thibodeau, President and COO of Dynamic Energy.
"Keystone Cap's efforts to support renewable energy reflect a true dedication to their business and customers."
The system is expected to generate energy to offset more than 240 tons of carbon dioxide, the equivalent of offsetting emissions from 572,666 miles driven by a passenger vehicle or the amount sequestered by nearly 1.9 acres of U.S. forests.
Dynamic Energy is a full-service solar energy provider that brings together the diverse expertise needed to design, finance, build and maintain projects to meet the needs of corporate, industrial and institutional customers.
With an in-house team that includes professional engineers, project managers, and master electricians, Dynamic Energy creates high-quality projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals.
Santa Fe Springs, CA (SPX) May 26, 2017
Trojan Battery has announced a team of Trojan employees have embarked on a volunteer trip to Nicaragua with the GRID Alternatives International Program to install a solar system that will provide power to a remote village. A team of 10 Trojan volunteers which includes employees from Trojan Battery's California and Georgia facilities left on Sun., May 21 to help install a solar power system ... read more
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