BH Energy Project

Project Overview

Dorado, Puerto Rico

Solar PV – Roof Mount

Project Highlights:

874.23 kWp
Innovative approach to rooftop racking demonstrated resiliency by withstanding hurricane winds with negligible effects.
Project was granted an incentive award from the Puerto Rico Green Energy Fund.

Project Facts:

Provides the client more than 40% savings on its electric bill with no upfront cost.


The BH ENERGY Solar PV System (“BHE”) is a distributed generator connected to the Utility grid under a Net-Metering Agreement with the client, at the facilities of Ballester Hermanos, Inc. in Dorado, Puerto Rico – a premier distributor of food, beverages, spirits, grocery and related products.  The system has a capacity of 750 kWac (874.23 kWp) generated by 2,534 monocrystalline solar panels, located at the building rooftop – mounted on “ballast-mounted” fixed-tilt arrays.  This innovative approach to racking demonstrated resilience by withstand hurricane winds with negligible effects.  BHE is provided with one (1) 750 kWac GPTech inverter.  The system was commissioned and has been operational as of February 2015.  It was granted an incentive award from the Puerto Rico Green Energy Fund.

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