All the green energy harvested from the sun at the turf company's solar farm goes directly into the grid.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) December 30, 2014
Early in December, 2014, Super-Sod's second solar farm went on-line in partnership with Georgia Power and Hannah Solar. The photovoltaic cells span five acres of their sod farm in Marshallville, Georgia.
Their new solar farm produces 1 megawatt of electricity a year. All the green energy harvested from the sun at the turf company's solar farm goes directly into the grid. The number of homes 1 MW will power varies by region and according to the Solar Energy Industry Association's calculations, this is enough energy to power 92 homes in Georgia.
Their first solar farm went on-line in 2013 in Lakeland, GA. It's a 10 acre solar farm producing 2 MW in partnership with Invenergy, LLC.
Both solar farms are part of Super-Sod's commitment to green technology and sustainable development.
Super-Sod is a family-run business that employs experts in turf and horticulture. One of their most popular products has been their Soil3 organic compost, delivered in a cubic yard BigYellowBag, which they make partially from composted grass clippings from their sod production. Super-Sod continues to develop new garden products, foster gardening and landscaping, and always seeks to improve their farming practices, technology, environmental stewardship, and employee knowledge.