Originally posted by The Plymouth Review:
With Arch Electric’s work done, the biggest solar energy system in Plymouth now belongs to InkWorks.
InkWorks President Bob Travis said the project was conceptualized by Arch Electric’s Commercial Solar Experience Manager Dan Steinhardt. “It was probably a year ago that Dan came into my office,” Travis said. “Dan was actually driving by. He drove by, came in and said, ‘You know, the way your building is positioned, it would be ideal for solar panels. Would you be interested?’ We sat down, he talked through it, and he laid out a proposal for us.”
On Monday, March 11, 2019, Plymouth-based energy company Arch Electric started work on the roof of InkWorks, a printing comby pany in Plymouth’s industrial park. By March 22, the project was complete. “For clarification, it is the largest solar system in City of Plymouth,” said Solar Experience Consultant Mike Cornell. “The size is 73.8 kW with 208 solar panels.”
The system will be fully operational as soon as public utilities commissions it. A ribbon cutting is planned for Earth Day, April 22.
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This post was written by Brianna Russell