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The solar panel system installed by Solar Energy World at Metuchen Sportsplex.

Metuchen Sportsplex

Metuchen, NJ
System Size: 312 kW
Modules: 248 LG 250 watt
Expected Production: 359,000 kWh 1st Year
Usage Offset: 34%
Expected SREC Revenue: $176,000 1st year

Environmental Benefits Equal
Reduced CO2 Emissions: 215 Metric Tons / Yr
Recycling Waste vs Sending to Landfill: 95 Tons
Carbon Sequestered Annually by U.S. Forests: 208 Acres
CO2 Emissions from Gas Consumed: 28,396 Gallons

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The solar panel system installed by Solar Energy World at Glebar.

Glebar, Inc.

Franklin Lakes, NJ
System Size: 55.5 kW
Modules: 300 Schuco 185 watt
Expected Production: 60,830 kWh 1st Year
Usage Offset: 61%
Expected SREC Revenue: $38,400 1st year

Environmental Benefits Equal
Reduced CO2 Emissions: 42.6 Metric Tons / Yr
Recycling Waste vs Sending to Landfill: 16 Tons
Carbon Sequestered Annually by U.S. Forests: 35.2 Acres
CO2 Emissions from Gas Consumed: 4,812 Gallons

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The rooftop solar panel system at Solar Energy World headquarters in Elkridge, Maryland.

Solar Energy World

Elkridge, MD
System Size: 40.7 kW
Modules: 220 Mage 185 watt
Expected Production: 52,000 kWh 1st Year
Usage Offset: 58%
Expected SREC Revenue: $16,600 1st year

Environmental Benefits Equal
Reduced CO2 Emissions: 36.7 Metric Tons / Yr
Recycling Waste vs Sending to Landfill: 13.7 Tons
Carbon Sequestered Annually by U.S. Forests: 30 Acres
CO2 Emissions from Gas Consumed: 4113 Gallons

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The Solar Energy World solar panel system at Soccer Dome, L-L-C in Harmans, Maryland.

Soccer Dome, LLC

Harmans, MD
System Size: 124 kW
Modules: 496 SolarWorld 250 watt
Expected Production 1st Year: 130,656 kWh
Usage Offset: 86%
Expected SREC Revenue: $132,000 over 10 yrs

Environmental Benefits Equal
Reduced CO2 Emissions: 92.2 Metric Tons / Yr
Recycling Waste vs Sending to Landfill: 34.5 Tons
Carbon Sequestered Annually by U.S. Forests: 75.6 Acres
CO2 Emissions from Gas Consumed: 10,335 Gallons

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Solar Energy World-installed panels at Federal Stone Industries in Thurmont, Maryland.

Federal Stone Industries

Thurmont, MD
System Size: 40 kW
Modules: 160 Mage 250 watt
Expected Production 1st Year: 47,200 kWh
Usage Offset: 44%
Expected SREC Revenue: $47,000 over 10 yrs

Environmental Benefits Equal
Reduced CO2 Emissions: 33.3 Metric Tons / Yr
Recycling Waste vs Sending to Landfill: 12.5 Tons
Carbon Sequestered Annually by U.S. Forests: 27.3 Acres
CO2 Emissions from Gas Consumed: 3,733 Gallons

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The solar panel system installed by Solar Energy World at HydraTech in Baltimore, Maryland.

HydraTec, Inc

Baltimore, MD
System Size: 64.3 kW
Modules: 252 Suniva 240 watt
Expected Production 1st Year: 77,700 kWh
Usage Offset: 102%
Expected SREC Revenue: $75,000 over 10 yrs

Environmental Benefits Equal
Reduced CO2 Emissions: 54.8 Metric Tons / Yr
Recycling Waste vs Sending to Landfill: 20.5 Tons
Carbon Sequestered Annually by U.S. Forests: 44 Acres
CO2 Emissions from Gas Consumed: 6,146 Gallons

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