News July 6, 2017

SAN ANTONIO, TX, July 6, 2017 – HoltCAT Texas is leading the way in Caterpillar’s effort to help their customers go solar. HoltCAT is installing its first solar project using CAT-branded thin-film solar panels and inverters at the company’s San Antonio headquarters. PCI Solar, which has built over 1MW of solar projects for HoltCAT Texas and HoltCAT California dealerships, started construction on the 81kW rooftop project on a new building this week.

Caterpillar, through its national network of dealers such as Holt CAT Texas, is helping its customers increase their sustainability, energy savings, and energy independence through offering such solutions as microgrids which include solar and energy storage. These systems are available in sizes ranging from 10kw to 100MW, depending on customer needs.

The San Antonio project leverages a cash rebate from local utility CPS Energy and federal investment and depreciation tax credit to provide an outstanding ROI for HoltCAT. Since the project is also the first using CAT-branded solar modules and inverters, HoltCAT Texas is using the experience to learn how to help their customers save on their energy costs and boost their sustainability through CAT-branded solar.

Curious about whether solar could make financial sense for you? Call PCI Solar now at 888.846.8653 to schedule a no obligation feasibility study, or learn more at: www.pcisolar.com.

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