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CarbonFree Technology developed a 543 kW rooftop system for the largest independently owned apple grower and packer in Canada, based in Clarington, ON. The system is owned and operated by BrightRoof Solar LP.
CarbonFree Technology developed a 1.65 MW rooftop system which will generate enough electricity to meet 17% of the convention center's annual power needs. We also helped Salt Lake County use New Markets Tax Credits and Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds to finance this successful project.
CarbonFree Technology helped the Phoenix Suns develop a 227 kW solar parking canopy located on top of their multi-story garage. The system generates energy and provides shading for parked cars.
Using the first Solar Services Agreement in Arizona, CarbonFree Technology developed several photovoltaic systems at ASU, including this solar tracking system above the Apache Parking Garage.
CarbonFree Technology helped Harvard University meet its climate change targets with this 500kW rooftop solar PV system, located on the roof of the historic Watertown Arsenal building.
CarbonFree Technology arranged PPA financing for rooftop solar power projects for nine JC Penney stores located in California and New Jersey.
CarbonFree Technology is a development partner in this 130 MW DC project located in Haldimand County, ON and is providing construction management services while it is being built.
CarbonFree Technology is a leading solar project developer, active across North America.
We can help your organization benefit from a reliable solar power solution, at no upfront capital cost. We would be happy to evaluate the potential for solar power at your facilities – on rooftops, on unused land or on canopies over parking lots.
For a map of our projects, please click here.
Solar power for your organization:
If your jurisdiction has a Feed-In Tariff, you can earn long-term lease income by hosting a solar power system. Find out how.
If your jurisdiction has other incentives, you can benefit from solar power at no upfront cost, using a PPA. Find out how.