Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News | 28th July
Hannah Solar Government Services (HSGS) recently constructed a 330-kW of solar parking canopies for the Department of Veterans Affairs at the North Little Rock VA Medical Center (VAMC) in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
This solar PV system is HSGS’s seventh solar PV system installed for the VA. As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, HSGS was honored to install this solar energy system for the Department of Veterans Affairs.
HSGS constructed five parking canopies located in three parking lots of the North Little Rock VAMC, which will provide shaded parking for nurses, doctors, patients and workers while producing energy for the medical center.
The North Little Rock VAMC is part of the South Central VA Health Care Network which serves over one million veterans each year in the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida and parts of Texas. CAVHS is one of the largest and busiest VA medical centers in the country offering inpatient and outpatient healthcare services.
“We are honored to build another solar PV system for the VA and be a part of their initiative to utilize renewable energy resources,” said said Col. Dave McNeil. “HSGS has worked across the country for the VA for nearly a decade now, including Puerto Rico.”
News item from Hannah Solar Government Services