Recently Completed Mangan Renewables Solar System Powers Cold Storage Facility

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Mangan Renewables successfully completed a 2.5 MW solar ground mount system for United States Cold Storage – USCS in Lumberton, North Carolina.

It is really satisfying whenever another solar system is completed and producing electricity at a level that meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations. Our goals for each system are quality and safety.

Mangan Renewables successfully completed a 2.5 MW solar ground mount system for United States Cold Storage – USCS in Lumberton, North Carolina. The system generates 3,729 MWh per year, saving 1,855 tons of Carbon dioxide, 2.1 tons of Sulfur dioxide and 1.9 tons of Nitrogen oxides. This new ground mount system will reduce USCS’s electric consumption by 22%.

“The solar system for our Lumberton warehouse is one more step of our company’s path to use more and more sustainable energy,” said Michael Lynch, Vice President of Engineering at USCS. Steve Musselwhite, facility director in Lumberton, added “I like to reduce my operational cost. Powering the warehouse with solar energy is an excellent way to do it.” And he went on to say “Any construction at my warehouse is a challenge, so I am happy that the installation of the solar system went very smoothly. It has been a pleasure working with Mangan’s crew.”

HD Boesch, Chief Technology Officer at Mangan Renewables stated “It is really satisfying whenever another solar system is completed and producing electricity at a level that meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations. Our goals for each system are quality and safety.”

United States Cold Storage, located in Voorhees, New Jersey, is a premier provider of public refrigerated warehousing and related logistics services throughout North America. With roots dating back to 1891, USCS has long served a diverse customer base with requirements ranging from primary storage to fully integrated third-party logistics. USCS offers 240 million cubic feet of temperature-controlled warehouse and distribution space in 34 facilities located in 12 states including California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Virginia. USCS is the third largest public refrigerated warehousing logistics provider in North America.

Mangan Renewables, located in Long Beach, California, is a provider if sustainable energy systems, in particular solar PV systems, throughout North America. Mangan focuses on commercial and industrial applications in the range of 300 kW to 20 MW. Mangan is a leader in quality and safety. Customers appreciate in-time and on-budget construction; and energy generation that meets or exceeds the prediction.

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