Solar3D, Inc. says that its operating division's Reno, Nevada-based office has secured a contract of over $1 million for the design and installation of a commercial solar system for a prominent agribusiness owner.
Based in Sparks, NV, the client is a prominent family-owned and operated business with over forty years of experience in the transportation of hay cube and alfalfa hay. Transportation services performed by the Company include importing, exporting, drayage, and intermodal trucking, among others.
SUNworks has been tasked with designing and installing a 483.6 kW DC fixed ground mount. It is anticipated that the system will achieve more than $2.3 million in cost savings over the next 25 years. Furthermore, SUNworks played a pivotal role in securing financing, helping to acquire a USDA REAP Grant for the business.
"We are pleased that our build-out of the Reno office has progressed to the point of continuously driving sales in the region and achieving revenue on behalf of the Company," said Abe Emard, CEO of SUNworks. "SUNworks is well known for its experience in identifying opportunities to reduce energy costs for agribusinesses and executing to achieve long-term savings. We are confident that the Company is positioned to capitalize on this market opportunity within Nevada's high-growth market for both commercial and residential solar solutions."