NRG Announced The Offering Of The NRG Solar Canopy, A Freestanding Solar Array With A Modular Design That Reduces Cost And Time Of Installation Without Sacrificing Customization To Meet Each Customer’s Unique Requirements. (Photo: Business Wire)
Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG), through its wholly owned subsidiary
Solar – one of the nation’s largest solar developers – today
announced the offering of the fully customizable, freestanding
NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG), through its wholly owned subsidiary NRG Solar – one of the nation’s largest solar developers – today announced the offering of the fully customizable, freestanding NRG Solar Canopy. The introduction marks a major step forward in expanding the viability of solar installations beyond large rooftop structures. The canopy can provide supplemental power on and/or off the grid (dependent on configuration) to help manage energy costs along with usable shade and shelter.
NRG announced the offering of the NRG Solar Canopy, a freestanding solar array with a modular design that reduces cost and time of installation without sacrificing customization to meet each customer’s unique requirements. (Photo: Business Wire)
Using a modular kit produced by Sunora Energy Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of NRG Solar LLC, the modular design reduces cost and time of installation without sacrificing customization to meet each customer’s unique requirements. “In the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation, NRG began to take a more urgent look at providing a solution that could meet basic power needs in the event of a grid emergency,” said Tom Doyle, president and CEO of NRG Solar. “We believe in bringing renewable energy solutions—like the NRG Solar Canopy—to customers in new and innovative ways that extend beyond the rooftop so customers are not limited in their approach to energy independence.” Innovation Provides Options for Businesses Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) recognizes the top solar adopters to be some of the country’s most recognizable brands with large footprints and buildings with flat roofs that can support rooftop solar installations. The introduction of NRG’s Solar Canopy will bring the power of solar beyond the roof in conjunction with existing solar installations, as well as to new business types to further expand the use of solar and benefits of lowering operating costs and increasing profits.