As a successful business that offers a wide array of data processing, mailshop and postal services, Patton-Kiehl turned their attention towards sustainability measures in 2017, focusing on their carbon footprint. After engaging with and understanding the needs of the customer, Aurora knew that a complete electricity offset was an important goal.
After working with the utility to analyze the site’s historical data as well as the builder to understand the roof structure, Aurora designed a high-efficiency rooftop system utilizing SunPower X-series modules with SolarEdge inverters to fit Patton-Kiehl’s needs.
The 230.4 kW system will produce 100% of the production plant’s usage, with an estimated payback period of under 5 years. So with a power-producing clean energy source on-site preventing 191 metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere annually, the business decision to go solar will reap its own benefits well into the company’s future.
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