Circular Energy, GCP building 219.52 kWp solar-wind project in Austin

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Texas-based energy solutions companies Circular Energy and Green City Planet (GCP) are jointly developing a 219.52 kilowatt photovoltaic solar energy system for Austin Partners in Austin, Texas.

The photovoltaic system will comprise a roof-mounted solar array and solar carport at a pair of commercial properties owned by Austin Partners.


The solar installations are expected to generate 328,000 kilowatt hours of energy annually, which would prevent emission of 213 tons of carbon dioxide and power 33 homes for a year.

The project would also include a wind turbine system designed by Building Turbines, the parent company of Green City Planet.

“This collaboration will bring over $64,000 dollars of energy savings to the Austin Partners properties each year,” Mark Rangel, the executive vice president of business development at Circular Energy, said.

According to a statement, the entire system is expected to be installed and put into operation by end of the year.

Ajith Kumar S

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