Orion Carport Systems and Construction Inc., Orion Racking’s carport division, is pleased to announce that it has been chosen by Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to design, fabricate, and train their crew to install a 262.5 kW solar carports system at the LADWP energy center.
The system is projected to produce 403 MWH per year. This amount of energy produced is equivalent to CO 2 emissions from 180,316 pounds of coal burned. This install will be featured at LADWP’s Energy center in North San Fernando Valley.
The carports will enable the LADWP to increase its own utilization of ‘Green power’ and make the energy supply to the Energy Center independent of grid instabilities due to earthquake, fire or other emergencies
“We are happy and excited to meet LADWP’s budget and other requirements to help our local utility company by using our carport solutions. We hope to continue to provide Orion’s carport solutions to other LADWP facilities to help promote clean and renewable energy,” said Bob Sinai, CEO of Orion
About Orion Carport Systems
Based in Los Angeles, Orion Carport Systems and Construction Inc. designs, fabricates, and installs residential and commercial steel solar carports that are attractive, durable, economical, and functional. Designed and fabricated in the USA, Orion Carport Systems are installed nationwide. Orion’s mission is to foster renewable energy through continued research and development devoted to solar power.
Orion Carports come in two standard options, LETO is for single row car parking, TITAN is for double or tandem car parking. Within those two configurations the carports can be adjusted for height 9- 14 feet, column spans up to 27 ft, and carport widths of up to 22 ft for the LETO and 40 ft for the TITAN modules.
They are easy to assemble on site, and installation can be done by a qualified experienced general contractor. The solar carport market is experiencing high growth and we are happy to contribute to the green energy being generated on parking lots all over the country and beyond.