Deutsche Bank has added a 250-kilowatt solar array to its Piscataway, N.J., office as part of its goal to be carbon neutral by 2012.
The roof-mounted array will offset a portion of the facility’s electricity consumption and reduce its carbon emissions by 143 metric tons annually, equivalent to 16,232 gallons of gasoline.
The solar installation consists of 1,066 roof-mounted PV modules that will generate approximately 270,000 kWh per year at the 83,000-square-foot Piscataway facility. The solar installation is capable of providing nearly 100 percent of the facility’s demand for power from the grid during peak daylight hours, and it will produce more than 12 percent of the electricity needed to operate the facility annually.
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