San Diego Company To Slash Power Bill With Solar

Posted by Joseph Bebon on December 01, 2016 No Comments
Categories : Projects & Contracts

Baker Electric Solar has designed and installed a 65.52 kW rooftop solar system for contingent workforce services firm TargetCW.

Installed at TargetCW’s 25,000-square-foot facility in San Diego, the rooftop solar project is expected produce roughly 45% of the company’s annual electricity needs and save the company more than $24,000 on its energy costs in the first year.

Over its first five years, TargetCW has shown consistent growth, and with that growth came plans to upgrade the company’s HVAC system and install a new roof on its headquarters building. TargetCW says adding a solar system was a logical next step, and the company ultimately chose Baker Electric Solar to manage the job from system design through final installation.

TargetCW President and CEO Samer Khouli notes, “Not only did I hire them to install the company’s system, but they also designed and installed one for my home. The Baker team was stellar. When modifications were necessary, Baker proposed smart alternative solutions.”

“The facility will see a 92 percent reduction in its annual electricity bills based on past consumption,” says Scott Williams, Baker’s director of commercial solar. “The new solar system not only minimizes TargetCW’s carbon footprint, but also provides more than $500,000 in net savings over the 25-year warranted life of the solar modules.”

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