The Hertz Corporation has launched a solar initiative, the first phase of which will entail the installation of 2.3 MW of solar PV systems at 16 locations across the U.S.
Hertz has already completed the construction of a 235 kW solar electric system located at Denver International Airport. The company says that by the third quarter of this year, it will have completed the construction of 15 additional facilities across the U.S. in Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Companies participating in the Hertz solar program include Martifer Solar, which is scheduled to engineer, procure and install 14 of the solar systems, and Samba Energy, which will provide its enterprise software platform – Samba SunSpotter – for solar and investment analysis and project management of installation.
SOURCES: Hertz, Martifer Solar, Samba Energy