The company said the solar array is complimented by a 15′ X 15′ solar tracker on the Dalton Bypass that follows the sun as it moves across the horizon.

The 101.66kW system collects radiation from the sun with Schuco panels and converts the power for commercial energy use with a grid interactive inverter.

The project was engineered, procured, and constructed by United Renewable Energy, a commercial solar installer.

United Renewable designed and constructed the solar power system using 476 Schuco solar panels, converting the solar energy for use in the plant.

The energy collected from the panels is enough to power ten average American homes, and offset approximately 2,000 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere during the 25 year lifetime of the system.