In an era where the imperative for renewable energy and environmental sustainability is more crucial than ever, organizations across various industries are seeking innovative solutions to address these pressing needs. The Salvation Army Camden Kroc Center, known as a beacon of hope and positive change, stands at the forefront of this mission.
The solar installation project in Camden, NJ, is a monumental endeavor. It comprises a 988.24 kWDC carport and a 500.72 kWDC rooftop photovoltaic system, featuring 1,106 440W PV Modules on the rooftop. The carport, equipped with 2,246 440W PV modules, is powered by 14 inverters, including five 60kW and nine 50kW inverters, with a DC:AC ratio of 1.32. This project signifies a significant leap forward in the Salvation Army's pursuit of sustainable energy solutions, setting a remarkable example for the organization and the broader community.