Energy Conservation Technologies Partners to Develop 1.2 MW Solar Installation for Glopak Corporation in South Plainfield, New Jersey

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Energy Conservation Technologies Partners announced the development of a 1.2-megawatt on-site solar installation at Glopak Corporation in South Plainfield, New Jersey. The Solar installation will provide approximately 50% of the electrical needs of the facility. The system is also expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 1,800,000 pounds per year which is equivalent to planting 4,500 trees every year the system is in service.

"Glopak Corporation Goes Green with Solar Energy"

Glopak Corporation and Energy Conservation Technologies Partners (ECTP at http://www.ectechnologiesllc.com) announce the installation of a 1.2 MW Solar Energy System at Glopak's Headquarters in South Plainfield New Jersey. ECTP, as the solar developer, has selected The Solar Center as the installer. This environmentally-based initiative consists of 1,889 solar panels installed on the roof and 2,396 solar panels installed on the ground at the South Plainfield facility. The completed system will produce approximately 1.3 megawatt hours of energy, which will provide approximately 50% of the electrical needs of the facility. The new solar panel system is also expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 1,800,000 pounds per year which is equivalent to planting 4,500 trees every year the system is in service.

“This solar system installation allows us to build a sustainable practice into our business while still providing quality service and comfort to our employees and customers,” stated Harold Martin CEO and owner of Glopak Corporation. “Our commitment to contribute to a more sustainable world is resolute. However, the ongoing implementation challenge is very real and highly demanding - our success or failure lies in the hands of the men and women operating at the project level. We feel that we have made a great decision to place our project in the hands of highly qualified professionals at Energy Conservation Technologies Partners whose creative ideas and solutions stood out from the competition.”

Currently, the project is in the construction phase which consists of building the roof & land based system for connecting to the grid. "We are thrilled to have been selected to manage and develop the project that is sure to set the standard for sustainability for Glopak Corporation," said Darnell Burt, Chief Executive Officer at Energy Conservation Technologies Partners. "This is one of the biggest green initiatives in Middlesex County and we are proud that Energy Conservation Technologies Partners was selected by Glopak Corporation, a global leader of plastic material manufacturing," expressed Darnell Burt. The Glopak Corporation headquarters is located at 132 Case Street, South Plainfield, NJ 07080.

About Energy Conservation Technologies Partners (http://www.ectechnologiesllc.com)

Energy Conservation Technologies Partners is a solar energy intergrator/developer striving to provide innovative power solutions and energy efficiency measures for commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. ECTP's objective is to substantially reduce power costs and carbon footprints of its clients while eliminating the need for those same clients to incur costs associated with the installation and implementation of renewable energy power systems.

About Glopak Corporation

Glopak Corporation began operating in the mid 1960's when polyethylene became a popular means of packaging. Over the past 40 years, Glopak has grown to its present position as a leading source of packaging for plastic bag liners, trash liners and sheeting throughout the United States.

Glopak Corporation is a family owned business based in New Jersey with facilities in Newark and South Plainfield. They take pride in their ability to service the unique needs of each customer. Since their inception in June of 1966, Glopak’s focus has been on continued growth, innovation and customer satisfaction. They strive to find ways to make production more environmentally friendly by recycling and using environmentally friendly products whenever possible.

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