Commercial Solar Case Studies

Customer success stories

UT Medical Center, San Antonio

UT Medical Center Case StudyThis 248 kWp SolarWorld system serves the University of Texas Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. Installed in 2011, the system combines parking canopy and rooftop solar arrays. In the first year of operation, the system exceeded the expected energy output by 5%

UT Medical Center solar case study 

Oregon National Guard, Christmas Valley

Oregon National Guard Case StudyThis 150 kWp rooftop system serves the Oregon National Guard in Christmas Valley, Oregon. The system stands on three emergency response support facilities and has been performing well above expectations during the first seven months of operation. Actual energy output has exceeded predicted energy output by 12%.

Oregon National Guard solar case study

Cucamonga Valley Water District

Cucamonga Valley Water District Case StudyThis 248 kWp SolarWorld system serves the Cucamonga Valley Water District in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Installed in 2006, the system has demonstrated remarkable performance in meeting the facility's energy needs. In fact, our superior solar technologies combined with the Inland Empire's climate resulted in the system producing 20% more energy than predicted.

Cucamonga Valley Water District solar case study

El Dorado Irrigation District

El Dorado Irregation District Case StudyThis 1 MWp system serves the El Dorado Irrigation District in El Dorado Hills, California. The system has been producing energy to support the district's needs since January of 2008 with remarkable performance. Predicted energy output has been exceeded by 10% in the seasonal climate of Northern California.

El Dorado Irrigation District solar case study

Semitropic Water District

Semitropic Water District Case StudyThis 979 kWp system serves the Semitropic Water District in Wasco, California. The system has been producing energy to support the water district's treatment facilities since May of 2005 with exceptional performance. It has exceeded predicted energy output by 7% in the hot, dusty climate of the Central Valley of California.

Semitropic Water District solar case study