Thursday, October 7, 2010

Solar Power at the Kennedy Space Center

Monday, the NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida and the Sharp Solar Energy Solutions Group said work crews have begun installing a 79-kilowatt Sharp solar array at the center's new Propellants North Facility.

Most of the project's 336 solar panels will sit atop the building in a curved aluminum roofing system that uses next-generation, standing seam aluminum clamps, which eliminates the need for other structural connections and penetrating the roof.


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