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Mazda R&D Center Goes Solar


 Solectria Renewables, a US PV inverter manufacturer, announced that its SGI 300 inverter was chosen to power the Mazda R&D Center in Irvine, California. Mazda worldwide has an environmental initiative to diversify its energy sources and to use them efficiently, as demonstrated by installing this 317 kW solar system.

This photovoltaic system was installed by Sun Integration of Sherman Oaks, California. It also includes 1222 Mitsubishi Electric modules and Orion Solar Racking provided the racking system. The system is estimated to supply more than 489,684 kWh annually. The clean energy produced over the system’s expected lifespan of 25 years will prevent an estimated 18.6 million pounds of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. This is equivalent to the emissions resulting from burning 19,625 barrels of oil. The project was financed in part by the federal business energy investment tax credit and the California Solar Initiative rebate.

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