Industrial Solar Power

What is an Industrial Solar Power System?

Industrial solar power systems primarily provide electricity to remote areas where conventional power is too costly or difficult to reach. The systems can be skid-mounted, roof-mounted, pole-mounted, trailer-mounted, or assembled with industrial-quality walk-in shelters.

Industrial solar applications are often designed with minimal user maintenance and impressive reliability in mind. They are often located in extremely harsh environmental conditions where ordinary grid-based electrical power is unavailable, such as extreme desert heat, waterfront areas, mountain tops, and areas with high humidity, high wind, and high dust conditions.
Where the electricity load is high, industrial solar power can prove cost-effective when configured as a hybrid electric power system, joining photovoltaic solar power systems with small fuel or natural gas generators.
Industrial Solar Panels are large arrays of photovoltaic collectors, often mounted on huge industrial rooftops that would usually be wasted space. Commercial rooftops are rarely shaded, and the degradation of roofing materials is increased by exposure to UV rays from the sun. Large arrays of industrial solar panels create valuable electricity and reduce the effects of UV rays on roofing materials.
In addition to reclaiming rooftops, industrial solar panels are being used to develop commercial solar parks to provide power to the grid.
Go Solar Green NY helps industry and government lower operating costs in locations where utility power is unavailable, with uninterruptible power supplies and systems. Our solutions will lower your installation and maintenance costs while providing reliable power where you need it.
Popular uses for solar industrial systems include:
  • Oil and natural gas pipeline monitoring and automation systems
  • Power for the telecommunications industry
  • solar-powered traffic signals
  • water pumping
  • remote instrumentation
  • vaccine refrigeration
  • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Remote Telemetry Units (RTUs)
  • highway safety equipment
  • Solar sign and monument lighting
  • remote gates
  • cathodic protection
  • traffic and railroad signaling
  • rural electrificationDesign and INstall Industrial Solar System
  • remote commercial buildings
  • flow monitoring
  • video surveillance
  • irrigation control
  • security systems
  • seismic monitoring
  • lighting
  • microwave relay
  • navigational aids
  • railroad signaling
  • rural habitation
  • tank gauging
  • tower beacons
  • WI-FI access point
  • UHF / VHF radio links
  • wireless data
  • Wind Power LED Beacons
  • Some industrial systems can be mounted on trucks, trailers, or skids, so you can take them anywhere you need power, fast, even on a roof or the top of a mountain!

Smaller industrial systems are typically used for:

  • Environmental Remediation
  • Mid-size telecommunication relays
  • Data acquisition
  • RFID sensors
  • Cathodic protection
  • Weather Monitoring
  • Telemetry
  • Tower obstruction LED lighting
  • Disaster relief
  • Emergency communications
  • Rural habitation
Larger industrial solar systems are typically used for:
  • Wireless communication sites
  • Microwave repeaters
  • Military communications
  • Global positioning
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Community power
Solar Power for Your Business or Public Agency Building
Grid-tie solar electric systems for commercial businesses and government agencies are one of the fastest-growing segments of the solar market worldwide. With net metering programs now approved in most U.S. states, thousands of businesses, schools, and government agencies are now experiencing the benefits of solar electricity.
With a 30% Federal tax credit for solar power grid-tie systems through 2017 and a new option for a 30 % Federal Rebate through 2011, now is the time to invest in a solar power system for your facility. With solar panel warranties of 25 years, solar arrays will stabilize your power costs over that period. Plus, they generate electricity during peak load times, often offsetting higher tier utility rates, enhancing the system’s payback time.
Solar Energy systems can earn you LEED Certification Points!
Go Solar Green NY grid tie commercial solar electric energy systems can contribute 1-3 points for LEED Certification Category EAc2. LEED certifications were designed to promote a common standard for building design and construction measures that contribute to the energy efficiency and environmental compatibility of a building. The U.S. Green Building Council, a U.S.-based non-profit organization with experts in the building industry, promotes environmentally responsible, profitable, and healthy places to live and work. The LEED certification rating system has become a green building standard, allowing sustainable buildings to be compared and rated.
The Go Solar Green NY technical services team offers the following:
• Thorough project evaluation
• Expert engineering and design
• Experienced project management
• Careful on-site supervision
• Complete installation and training
• Skilled maintenance
Go Solar Green NY has designed these systems for commercial property owners, industrial facility managers, solar farms, or homeowners with a business on their property. System design, electrical schematics, and installation support are available.
Go Solar Green NY Solar systems can be ground or roof-mounted and be designed to integrate with your existing infrastructure. We can supply complete turnkey solutions that meet all relevant electrical and safety standards.
Call us to review your power requirements, geographical location, and mounting options to ascertain the best system. We quickly determine the feasibility and economics of installing a solar grid tie or stand-alone system on your building or property.
Go Solar Green NY industrial power systems represent the highest reliability standards, component selection, artistry, and system performance.
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