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SolarOne Florida LLC has completed a 1.2 MW photovoltaic array at Fleamasters Market in Fort Myers, Fla.

Fleamasters Market is a 900,000 square-foot retail sale property incorporating 1,000 retailers. The property's electric bill averaged $300,000 annually prior to the addition of the rooftop array. Since the system was activated, it has reduced actual energy usage by nearly 90%.

The system incorporates Solectria's PVI 60-95KW inverters.



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