CPI Announces Solar-Fast
The SOLAR-FAST TM technology enables rapid deployment of modular microgrid solar segments in 50kW power blocks, with total activation time of 30 minutes with a crew of 4.
Mobile Sensor Towers Available from CPI
CPI Technologies announced today the availability of our mobile towers for use as sensor platforms for a variety of uses such as video, radar, relay and/or audio. Based on patented truss technology these towers utilize the same structures as our previously delivered horizontal solar fields. This technology provides powered deployment and re-deployment from small platforms in remote locations delivered via LTT, solid platforms for sensor accuracy, towers that extend to 104 feet, and payloads up to 250 lbs..
The truss technology provides a small “packed” cargo size for shipment to the site and a large extension capability as needed. Solar power is available for silent off-grid operation, as well as diesel generator or on-grid capability. Benefits to our users include small shipping packages, rapid on-site powered deployment, and solid platforms for sensors.
CPI delivers solar to Kissimmee Utility
CPI Technologies has delivered a solar-powered trailer to Kissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) for their use in public events and educational opportunities. The trailer is capable of off-grid power generation using both solar power and/or gas generator, and on-grid power utilization by connecting to the grid.
KUA owns, operates and manages the municipal electric system established by the City of Kissimmee in 1901. Compared to the other municipally-owned electric utilities, KUA is the sixth largest utility in Florida. KUA’s 300 employees serve approximately 70,000 customers in Kissimmee and surrounding areas.
CPI delivers solar to Seminole State College
CPI Technologies announces the delivery of a solar-powered trailer to the School of Engineering, Design and Construction at Seminole State College for use as a teaching lab for their students. This trailer has both external solar panels for immediate use on-site, as well as “roll-around” solar arrays for in-class demonstration and testing.
Seminole State College of Florida has multiple locations, but their main campus is located at:
100 Weldon Boulevard Sanford, FL 32733
Contact: Dale Burton
Phone: (321) 735-4596
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
9 A.M. EDT, September 18, 2016