ESA will utilize poly-crystalline Canadian solar modules for the solar array and power generated by the project will be sold to Progress Energy Carolinas.

ESA will operate and maintain the system for the duration of the contract with Progress Energy Carolinas.

The solar array will generate about 1.5 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by more than 1,000 tons annually.

The project also includes ESA’s own proprietary monitoring system, that helps monitor the plant with real time data and alerts.