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Friday, January 29, 2010

Warner Energy announces plans to build solar farm

Syracuse area based Warner Energy has announced plans to build a 320 solar panel farm at its corporate headquarters.  The renewable energy development company is developing a next generation, high-efficiency solar panel technology that it intends to manufacture and produce. 

This project will include solar panels that are 55-inches long by 27-inches wide, and less than a quarter-inch thick, stacked on eight steel platforms.  Each platform will hold 40 panels  and they will 6,630 square feet.
Warner expects to generate roughly 19,000 kilowatt hours annually, all of which will be used at the company's headquarters.  According to news reports, the company will also use the project as a sales tool, and intends to begin selling and marketing solar farms by late spring 2010.

Warner Energy was featured at a recent visit by Governor David Paterson’s to SUNY ESF in Syracuse to announce NYPA's 100 MW solar initiative.  Paterson mentioned Warner Energy as a new solar company and showcased its products.