Crissy Field Center's state of the art green education facility is an educational center located in San Francisco's Presidio and it serves as a hub of youth engagement for Golden Gate National Parks and a model program of the National Park Service. Luminalt Energy Corporation has installed a range of renewable technologies at the site, including a solar electric system, several types of wind turbines and an electric car charging station. Along with a rain catchment system and solar hot water system, the center uses these technologies to teach children about environmental responsibility and the feasibility of solar energy.
New Mexico’s first 1MW solar energy system is located in Albuquerque and nearly 5,000 Schott Perform Poly 220W modules are installed at the BIPV parking canopy at the headquarters of the Bell Group.
The St. Louis Cardinals are joining the ranks of US baseball teams that use solar power in their home stadium. St. Louis’ Busch stadium has installed two roof PV systems to power all of the stadium’s stores.
RELAB specializes in Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) and Building Integrated Wind projects in urban settings. The company’s expertise in cutting-edge building technologies and large-scale energy modeling yields maximum design optimization for the most demanding environment.
RELAB specializes in Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) and Building Integrated Wind projects in urban settings. Our expertise in cutting-edge building technologies and large-scale energy modeling yields maximum design optimization for the most demanding environment.
The Verdesian on the park is the country’s first LEED Platinum-Certified residential building. The high-rise tower is located in the Battery Park City area of south-western Manhattan. It features façade-integrated photovoltaic at the mechanical bulkhead, with custom modules using blue polycrystalline cells.
The Riverhouse at Rockefeller Park (One River Terrace) is a LEED Gold-Certified residential high-rise tower in the Battery Park City area of south-western Manhattan.
Savoy Commercial Properties, owner and manager of more than US$50 million commercial real estate properties in northern California, wanted a building-integrated photovoltaic solar roofing system based on silicon cells and single-ply membrane never before installed on a large scale commercial project. When it was first completed, this was the most technologically advanced solar installation in the U.S.
The Coney Island Stillwell Avenue Terminal project features the world's largest BIPV thin-film structure. The station is the largest above–ground station in the New York City subway system. For the reconstruction of this major intermodal terminal, Kiss + Cathcart architects designed a 76,000 square foot glass and steel structure using an innovative, panelized construction system of semi-transparent photovoltaic modules. These solar modules function both as enclosure and a source of approximately 200,000 kilowatt hours per year of renewable electricity.