Charleston-based Hannah Solar Government Services won a contract to design and install a solar power system for a Marine Corps base in California. Hannah Solar will potentially add five to 10 employees to its staff for the project, a spokesperson said.
Published Aug. 14, 2012
A Charleston-based company received a $183,000 contract for a solar power project at a California Marine Corps base, according to a news release.
Hannah Solar Government Services will design and build a solar photovoltaic system for a project that will generate more than 84,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually.
Joseph Head, an estimator for Hannah Solar Government Services, said the company will take all the products, like solar panels and other parts, and combine them to make a complete solar electrical system. Work will start sometime next year and will be performed in California.
“This project shows the continued commitment of the Department of Defense in providing renewable energy for America,” said Dave McNeil, CEO of Hannah Solar, in the news release.
Hal Hays Construction, based in Riverside, Calif., chose Hannah Solar Government Services as a subcontractor for the project. Hannah Solar Government Services will add staff, maybe five to 10 employees, a spokesperson said, for the project.
Hannah Solar currently has projects under way in South Carolina, Texas, Alabama, Maine and North Carolina.