Shelby County Recycling Center running on 50% solar power with new array

A Tipp City renewable energy company gained “an opportunity to shine light on its offerings close to its own backyard” with a recycling center’s solar project, the Dayton Daily News reports. OGW Energy Resources “installed a solar array system now being used to help power” the Shelby County Recycling Center in Sidney, according to the article. The solar system “is basically a small electric power plant” that produces “grid tied alternating current or A/C,” said Ray Davis, president of OGW Energy Resources. The project, “funded in part with a $70,067 grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency,” is estimated to generate 50% of the facility’s energy needs. David said the project will help reduce the center’s operating costs. For more, read the full article

Project Finance, Renewable Energy, Solar