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Missouri National Guard Camp Crowder Case Study

Client background

The Missouri National Guard was looking to meet new renewable energy standards and, as a result,¬†selected EnergyLink through its request for proposal process to undertake a major solar project across their entire Camp Crowder campus. The scope of the project entailed installing and interconnecting ground mount solar arrays on 19 separate buildings, with a total solar size of 332 kW. The amount of solar installed at each building depended on the each one’s unique energy needs. This was EnergyLink’s largest multi-site solar installation to date

Note: Financial savings details for this project are confidential, as this was a military project. To read all other details that could be published on the project, download the case study.

 

Products installed

Quick facts

Project location

Neosho, Missouri

Project date

July 2021

Project length

One year

Payback period

Confidential

Projected utility savings (year 1)

$-

Projected utility savings (10 years)

$-

Projected utility savings (20 years)

$-

Annual kWh Savings

492,688

Pounds of CO2 offset

769,413

Pounds of coal burned

385,920

Acres of U.S. forests preserved

2.4

Smartphones charged

42,472,668

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