Recent construction has begun on a 5-megawatt solar power project in Beaufort County, North Carolina. The 27,450-panel photovoltaic project will allegedly be able to provide electricity and energy for almost one thousand homes in the region. “The Washington White Post II Solar Power Project brings together the same top-tier team that worked on the original solar facility,” said Duke Energy Renewables President Greg Wolf. “We appreciate working with a community committed to bringing economic development and renewable, emissions-free energy to eastern North Carolina.”
More and more businesses and homeowners are starting to realize the benefits they receive from solar energy in the state of North Carolina. With mostly sunny weather year-round and a growing population, there is a strong desire for this green technology. At Sundance Power, we have installed some fantastic projects as well, including the installation of solar panels at Appalachian State University, AIR Green restaurants, Deltec Homes, All-States Medical and countless others. The country is poised to embrace the benefits of clean technology on a much wider scale, and solar energy is on the front lines.
If you own a business or your own home, and would like to rely less on fossil fuels and the high rates of electric companies, consider investing in solar power in North Carolina. Depending on your energy objectives, Sundance can provide a solar electric system that connects to your electric utility (‘grid-tied’) to reduce or offset your energy bills, or we can provide a system that offers you complete independence from your utility (‘off-grid’). Either way, feel free to contact us at (828)645-2080 for an estimate!