GreenBrilliance announced the installation and commissioning of a prestigious solar system at the premiere Ronald Reagan International airport in Washington DC, USA. The system was designed, engineered, installed, and commissioned by the GreenBrilliance team on the roof of a newly constructed terminal for Jet Blue Airlines.
The solar project delivered by GreenBrilliance at the Reagan International airport is a magnificent display of engineering. The system in its design uses top quality, high performing GreenBrilliance Photovoltaic solar modules. The modules are manufactured in the state-of-art ISO-9001 certified, strategically located manufacturing facility in Gujarat, India. GreenBrilliance PV modules are certified with UL/cUL 1703, IEC 61215, IEC 61730-1&2, IEC 61701, and TÜV making the modules certified for North American, European, and other global market and are listed with CEC (California Energy Commission) and FSEC (Florida State Energy Center).
“This project at the Reagan International airport is very prestigious and has provided a magnificent opportunity to GreenBrilliance. We are very pleased to be chosen as the turnkey solar energy provider by Jet Blue airlines for this very visible project on the roof of their brand new terminal at nation’s flagship airport and thank the Jet Blue management for their confidence in us. Commissioning of this project is a very proud moment for GreenBrilliance,” says Sumit Bhatnagar, managing partner at GreenBrilliance.
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News published on 22 / 05 / 2012 by Bharat Vasandani