What we’ve accomplished — more than $25 million of completed solar installations.
This ground-mounted, utility-scale array sits on 25 acres of land and supplies 5% of Celina’s electric demand.
On Evening Street School, in the Worthington School District, Solarvision developed a ballast-mounted (a zero-impact option for specific roofs) array that provides electricity for 25% of the school.
This installation features solar panels mounted on carports around the Athens Community Center to not only capture solar energy, but to also provide shade for half of the parking lot.
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Solarvision made use of partially tainted land and a floodplain to develop this ground-mounted array to supply electricity for the city’s water treatment plant.
Encompassing two installations, Solarvision developed Newcomerstown High School’s 116 kilowatt ballasted, roof-mounted array as well as Newcomerstown Elementary School’s 67 kilowatt ground-mounted array.