Awards & Recognition
ESA Renewables is proud to have been recognized and awarded the following awards:
- Intersolar 2012 – The Intersolar Award recognizes projects, both large and small, which utilize advanced technology, incorporate aesthetic and architectural concepts and exemplify outstanding services and products. ESA was presented the Intersolar AWARD for Solar Projects in recognition of its Martins Creek Elementary School Solar PV project which demonstrated strong innovation.
- Top 100 Solar Contractors of 2012 – ESA Renewables was awarded the number twenty-five slot on Solar Power Worlds’ list having installed multi-megawatts of power in 2012. Having been founded in 2009, ESA Renewables is clearly a growing, stable and indeed an exciting place to work!
- ESA Commissions Solar Farm in 3 Weeks during 2012- Focusing on high quality workmanship, perfection of installation methods and quick commissioning, ESA was able to construct a 500kW rooftop solar installation in just three weeks from start to finish. The rooftop solar installation located in the Asheville, North Carolina area is expected to generate the annual amount of electricity as consumed by 45 houses in the area.
- Martins Creek 2011 – Commissioned the third largest solar farm in the United States that is installed on a school property. The 998 kW solar farm is installed approximately 500 yards adjacent from the school and is situated on five acres. It consists of approximately 4,382 ground-mounted Canadian Solar CS6P polycrystalline modules, which are known for their industry leading PTC efficiency ratings. The system will produce an estimated 1.3 million kilowatt-hours each year, which is enough to power more than 150 average sized homes.
- Arlington 2010 – ESA Renewbles commissioned Georgia’s largest industrial/commercial solar PV farm. ESA was able to bring this project online within 30 days of beginning construction, which was well ahead of its scheduled completion date. The PV system will generate over 310,000 kWh’s of clean, affordable, sustainable energy per year. This power generation will avoid 223 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually, while additionally aiding Georgia in meeting its renewable energy goals.