PSI has completed a Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System installation for the Carroll County Community College on June 16, 2017. Currently, the Solar PV System is generating power that is supplying renewable energy. The size of 875.7kW DC system is directly tied to the College’s electrical room. The annual production of electricity is roughly estimated at around 1,192,700kWh during the 1st year. Based on production from the renewable energy Solar PV System, the College is positioned to reduce approximately $0.04 to $0.06 per kWh on its electricity budget. Over the course of 20 years, the Solar PV System is expected to yield a substantial amount of savings for the Community College and the Carroll County.
The installation of a Solar PV System represents a worldwide citizen’s movement of preserving planet Earth and its air quality, fulfilling our generation’s obligation to reduce carbon footprints and pass down a cleaner environment to future generations. PSI invites any public entity who wants to join a worldwide movement of creating a cleaner environment and save on electricity costs, to contact PSI for further information. PSI welcomes the opportunity to work with any governmental agencies.