SolarWorld Projects & Solutions

Complete solar solutions, straight from the manufacturer

Building on expertise gained over four decades, SolarWorld leads the solar industry in developing clean, reliable solar power solutions that consistently exceed the expectations of customers and partners. With a long history of successful solar power development projects and satisfied customers worldwide, the SolarWorld Projects & Solutions team is ideally equipped to turn your clean energy vision into a reality. 

From small-scale solar projects that power a single building to large-scale solutions that deliver energy to a community, we have the experience and background to develop durable, proven solutions that operate dependably—even in harsh and demanding environments.

Invest in your organization's future and become part of the renewable energy movement that is transforming the world. Join us in helping build businesses and communities powered sustainably by clean energy from the sun.

Project portfolio

2016 - University of Richmond - Richmond, Va. - First commercial SolarWorld bifacial application
2016 - Manufacturing Facility - Hillsborough, N.J. - 1.99 MW
2016 - Coto Laurel Solar Farm - Ponce, Puerto Rico - 14.2 MW + multi MWH LiOn storage
2015 - Tampa International Airport (TIA) - Tampa, Fla. - 2 MW
2014 - Conejo Recreation Parks District - Thousand Oaks, Calif. - 530 kW
2013 - Desert Star - 29 Palms, Calif. - 26 MW
2012 - LADWP Adelanto Substation - Adelanto, Calif. - 11.6 MW
2011 - Tulare Waste Water Treatment - Tulare, Calif. - 1.15 MW
2011 - Bakersfield Waste Water Treatment - Bakersfield, Calif. - 1.15 MW
2010 - Apra Harbor Naval Base - Guam - 298 kW
2007 - The Vatican - Vatican City - 222 kW
2006 - Cucamonga Valley Water - Cucamonga, Calif. - 255 kW
2005 - Semitropic Water Storage - Wasco, Calif. - 979 kW
2004 - Desert Water - Palm Springs, Calif. - 355 kW
2003 - UPS - San Bernardino, Calif. - 120 kW
2003 - Fala Marketing - Farmingdale, N.Y. - 1.2 MW
1993 - Kerman Substation PG&E - Fresno, Calif. - 500 kW
1984 - SMUD Rancho Seco - Herald, Calif. - 1 MW
1982 - Lugo Substation - Hesperia, Calif. - 1 MW