Conergy installed a 583 kw photovoltaic power plant on a commercial building in Prince Edward County, Ontario.
As a photovoltaic system and service provider, Conergy assumed the general contractor role and was responsible for planning, implementation, engineering and construction of the project and also supplied the components.
With no upfront costs and in a tax-efficient structure financed by Conergy, the
government saves energy by implementing solar energy on rooftops, landfills,
and carports, ultimately lowering taxes for taxpayers.
Bloemhof, a family-owned operation, took their operation solar with a 2.23 MW solar energy system. Conergy expanded their agricultural portfolio by partnering with Bloemhof Farms and assumed the engineering, procurement, and construction role.
Located on the boggy and unproductive slopes of a disused coal mine at the top of the Rhymney Valley, Hendai Farms is home to a 13.5 MW solar system. Constructed and connected to the grid by Conergy, it will produce enough electricity to meet the needs of 2,400 homes.
Conergy contracted to engineer, procure and construct a 1.5 MW single-axis solar tracking system to provide electricity to the state-of-the-art DeGroot Water Treatment Plant. This plant cut down the SSJID’s annual power, gas and energy bill, producing enough electricity to power 233 homes and offsetting 2,812 tons of CO2 per year.
With no upfront costs, school districts can bring solar to schools — to power
classrooms and laptops and to introduce a new topic in the science classroom
by offering more money for students and less for electric costs.