HOLT Renewables announced it will design and construct a first-of-its-kind solar-powered charging infrastructure solution for CapMetro, Austin’s regional public transportation provider, in collaboration with bp pulse.
HOLT Renewables has joined The Texas Solar Power Association (TSPA). The TSPA is a statewide industry trade association that promotes the development of solar electric generation in Texas. Member companies invest in the development of solar photovoltaic products and projects, cost-competitively serving customers in both wholesale and retail markets, and includes manufacturers, large-scale power plant […]
Choosing the right solar partner mattered to Uplift Desk, designers and purveyors of ergonomic office products in Austin. The experienced team at HOLT Renewables planned and executed this complex project from planning to installation and operation.
The Vallecitos Water District Board of Directors agreed to pursue development of district-wide renewable power sources using existing open space to benefit the District and its ratepayers. Two projects are now complete; two arrays at the pair of Vallecitos owned reservoirs in Twin Oaks Valley, and an array at the (sewer) Lift Station #1, located on San Marcos Boulevard.
Toyota taps HOLT Renewables to add 10.8 acres of new solar arrays at the company’s plants in Alabama, Missouri and West Virginia, reducing reliance on outside energy needed for operations.
We are pleased to announce the successful close of the merger between PCI Solar and HOLT CAT; and the formation of HOLT Renewables, LLC. This has been an exciting time for our team as we recognize the opportunity in working alongside the HOLT family of companies and continue to grow our capabilities to continue to […]
PCI Solar partners with Marianna, FL to deliver 2,300 KW of power to operate two wastewater facilities, creating yearly savings of $325,000.
PCI Solar recently helped 174 Power Global dedicate its 9-MWDC solar-plus-storage system generation facility in Jacksonville, Florida. 174 Power Global will own and operate the SunPort Solar facility, and Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) will purchase the power for the next 25 years.
PCI Solar will partner with IGS Solar on installing a solar system for Hormel Foods, which will consist of 1,998 panels constructed on both roof and ground space.
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