B.C.’s largest rooftop solar energy challenge spells out Lululemon

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B.C.’s largest rooftop solar energy challenge has been accomplished atop a Delta warehouse and it spells out one thing extra than simply clear power.

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The photo voltaic array spans greater than 69,000 sq. toes and do double obligation: It’ll present sufficient electrical energy to energy practically 100 houses in B.C. yearly and, from the skies, works as a large commercial for tenant Lululemon.

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It’s made up of greater than 2,500 photo voltaic panels organized to type the identify and brand of the Vancouver-based athleisure large, which leases the distribution centre positioned close to Delta’s industrial waterfront on the south financial institution of the Fraser River.

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Developer Wesgroup has accomplished building of B.C.’s largest rooftop photo voltaic challenge, which sits atop a distribution centre in Delta (Screenshot/Wesgroup) Picture by Screenshots/Wesgroup
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A Lululemon retailer at 970 Robson Road in downtown Vancouver Picture by Mike Bell /PNG

The array occupies an area equal to 4 NHL-size hockey rinks, and is the utmost measurement allowed below B.C. Hydro’s net-metering necessities, mentioned developer Wesgroup, which constructed each the warehouse and solar energy system.

The panels have a capability of 1.2 megawatts, and may produce greater than 1.1 million kilowatt hours of electrical energy in a single yr.

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