School / Non-Profit

Church of the Gateway

location:
Staten Island, NY
project type:
Carport
System size:
386 kW
Annual production:
-
Solar incentive:
-

Church at the Gateway Goes Solar on Large Carport Project

In the second quarter of 2015 Solar Landscape completed the installation of a 386 kW DC solar array above a 17,000 square-foot parking structure at the Church at the Gateway in Staten Island, New York. The system, which includes 1,290 solar panels, is expected to generate more than 500,000 kWh per year for the church and will produce enough electricity to meet 80% of the facility’s power needs. The system was desinged and constrcuted at no-cost to the church and provided immediate cost savings.

What our clients say

“Solar Landscape made going solar simple. Their proposal was clearly presented, they helped us secure our incentives and they completed the project on time, on budget and without any issues.“

Jonathan Stern, CFO
Nourison
The Solar Landscape Difference

What our clients say

“Solar Landscape handled the project smoothly and transparently. They met deadlines, did what they said they were going to do, and helped us secure a lot of value from our solar project.”

Bruce Flaim, Owner
Perfect finishing
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What our clients say

“Solar Landscape has been a pleasure to work with on our solar energy system. The design build process was managed professionally and has led to significant energy cost savings. We would recommend Solar Landscape in the future.”

Facilities Manager
rose garden
The Solar Landscape Difference

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