Three Powerstation 247 storage systems have been installed at healthcare IT services provider CompuTech City’s new headquarters in Longwood, Florida.
At the energy efficient headquarters, CompuTech City has incorporated solar and the Powerstation 247 energy storage for self-sufficiency and the resiliency of its critical server loads, using renewable energy. The renewable solution incorporates shade structure-mounted solar panels connected directly to three Powerstation 247 energy storage systems, which power with an in-line UPS, the critical server systems on a dedicated circuit. The Powerstation 247s provide up to 52 kWh of solar energy storage to CompuTech City’s 10,000 sq. ft. headquarters.
“With our new headquarters we wanted solar to be an integral part of our energy solution for self-sufficiency,” said Dave Patel, CEO of CompuTech City. “By adding the Powerstation 247 systems, we can extend the solar energy into the non-solar hours, and it gives us long duration backup capability in the event of severe weather outages.”
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