Washington’s pioneering Composite Recycling Technology Center in Port Angeles is working to fully divert Washington State’s carbon fiber scraps into value-added products, which is important considering how much carbon fiber is produced by our local aerospace industry. The Composite Recycling Technology Center’s inherent commitment to reducing environmental waste is now accelerated with nearly 100 kilowatts of renewable energy.
91.26 kW from 352 panels at 260 watts each
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Generating approximately 93,000 kilowatt hours of solar energy per year could help save the recycling center an estimated $7,000 on their electricity bill each year
SolarWorld 260 watt panels from SolarWorld’s manufacturing facility in Hillsboro, Oregon
“A&R was vital in helping the team understand what needed to happen for these buildings to receive solar, and made the transition very seamless through the planning phase. [The installation] was carried out by thoughtful, user friendly installers that provided a high level of quality. The quality is proven by the fact that this system has been reeling in solar credits for the owner for 5 years now without any issues!””
JOE GRIM, WALSH CONSTRUCTION CO.