SEWELL, NJ (April 1, 2011)—Joseph Joyce, Sales & Marketing Vice President, Ray Angelini, Inc, (RAI), will present, “We’re Not In California Anymore: Optimizing Large Scale PV in the Northeast,” at the 2011 PV America conference and exhibition, Monday, April 4, 3 p.m., at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA, Room 201C.
The presentation focuses on photovoltaic panel advantages when deployed in large-scale arrays, including how long-term cost savings potential can be compromised if the systems are not properly designed, constructed and well maintained. Attendees will discover the best ways to maximize a solar module’s potential output with an eye toward the specific challenges facing project developers in the Northeast.
Services provided by RAI, a commercial solar design build and maintenance provider, will be featured in stand #424 through April 5.
RAI completed the 2.36-megawatt rooftop solar power system at the Atlantic City Convention Center in December 2008, which covers two-thirds of the main convention center roof or about 290,000 sq. ft. and consists of 13,486 solar panels. A total savings of nearly $4.4 million in electricity costs is expected over the 20-year power purchase agreement between the convention center and PEPCO. In addition, the generation of renewable energy will reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere by approximately 2,349 tons, which is equivalent to the emissions spewed from 390 passenger vehicles on the road in a year or the consumption of 4,956 barrels of oil per year.
Other projects completed by RAI include a 3 megawatt solar energy power station for Epuron LLC and Exelon Generation LLC in Morristown, PA; a 499.140 kW solar array at Hidden Creek Golf Club, Egg Harbor Twp., NJ, one of the first golf course arrays in the region; and the General Services Administration (GSA) Veteran’s Administration Center, Philadelphia, PA new Energy Star-rated roof and solar array.
Founded in 1974 by Raymond J. Angelini, RAI also provides electrical and general construction services and power systems testing in NJ, MD, DE and PA.
To learn more about Ray Angelini, Inc., visit www.raiservices.com or call the Sewell, NJ-based headquarters at 856-228-5566.