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Genie Solar Energy Completes Rooftop Solar Installation in New Jersey

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Genie Solar Energy, a developer, designer and installer of commercial solar systems, has completed an innovative rooftop solar installation for Kraft Power, a provider of generator and cogeneration systems.
Genie Solar Energy Completes Rooftop Solar Installation in New Jersey
Courtesy of Genie Solar Energy

Kraft Power's 57.5 kW custom rooftop solar system was installed at its distribution center in Pompton Plains, New Jersey. It will supply Kraft with clean electricity sufficient to offset the equivalent CO2 emissions generated by burning over 447,960 pounds of coal, 1,008,804 miles driven by combustion powered cars or 46 houses per year for the next 25 years.  

"Kraft Power is elated that, with the completion of this project, we are able to offset up to 100% of our average electricity consumption with electricity generated by American-made solar panels," said Owen Duffy, CEO of Kraft Power.  "As a provider of on-site critical power systems to our clients' facilities, we continue to lead by example through the expansion of our solar program.  With the solar arrays now in place at our New Jersey location, we have taken another big step to reduce our consumption of utility-generated power while substantially cutting electricity costs."

Kraft Power supplies on-site power systems to hospitals, factories, communications, and other facilities that require reliable energy generation. The company also provides highly efficient cogeneration solutions. Many of these systems convert renewable biogas waste into clean energy.

"We are delighted to have designed, built and installed this successful project for Kraft Power, one of the leaders in its field," said Genie Solar's Managing Director, Sara Schwandt. "We designed this project to maximize the return on investment to Kraft Power over the project lifetime utilizing solar panels made in America.  Since completion, our system's performance has exceeded expectations, further enhancing the project economics."

 

 

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