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Tecta Solar, a division of Tecta America Corp., has completed the installation of a 533 kW solar project for the Palmer Technology Center in Three Rivers, Mass.

The roof-mounted project includes a ballasted 77 kW array on the flat roof of the building, and a 456 kW array mechanically attached to the sawtooth portions of the roofs.

In its first year of operation, the system is projected to generate a total of 620 MWh of energy, according to Tecta Solar. Its features Solectria inverters, Genmounts and Solar Backbone racking, and ET Solar photovoltaic modules.

Tecta Solar says it managed every phase of the project, including design, engineering, procurement, construction, solar renewable energy credit registration and commissioning of the roof-mounted project.




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