After acquiring regional solar installer PCI Solar, HOLT Companies has formed a national EPC, now named HOLT Renewables.
“HOLT has a heritage of innovation and believes in offering customers the highest level of quality, integrity and service,” explained HOLT CEO and General Manager Peter J. Holt. “We are excited to grow our capabilities and expertly service our clients by leveraging the prior experience, capability and passion of the HOLT Renewables team.”
Energy is one of the largest expenses for commercial clients, and solar is one of the most efficient ways to mitigate those costs. HOLT Renewables analyzes utility spend and use, assesses client facilities and feasibility, models financials, and secures engineering and procurement in order to help customers analyze and implement projects to meet their goals. HOLT Renewable’s team has decades of experience creating and constructing complex solar solutions for customers nationwide.
“We are encouraged by our partners who are focused on reducing emissions and saving money. Our team worked diligently to provide these companies with solutions to meet their needs,” explained Craig Alan Floyd, general manager of HOLT Renewables.
Some upcoming and recently completed projects for HOLT Renewables:
Toyota: Toyota will be working with HOLT Renewables on three separate facilities for a $9.3 million solar energy investment to help power manufacturing operations in Alabama, Missouri and West Virginia. The Huntsville, Alabama, plant’s 3.3-acre solar array will generate 1.6 MW. The project in Troy, Missouri, will span 1.5 acres and generate 750 kW. The Buffalo, West Virginia, project will span six acres, generating 2.6 MW.
UniFirst: HOLT Renewables completed construction on a project with UniFirst in San Antonio. The project includes a 232.5-kW rooftop solar system, which will offset more that 25% of UniFirst’s annual energy use.
Hormel Foods: In Lathrop, California, HOLT Renewables and IGS Solar recently completed a project for Hormel Foods at its Swiss American Sausage Company facility. The 735-kW project includes roof and ground mount panels.
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