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Entegrity to develop 375-kW solar system for Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Source:Entegrity

Solar developer Entegrity will install a 375-kW solar system in Carroll County, Arkansas, for the City of Eureka Springs.
“We’ve been working with Entegrity since last fall to bring this project to fruition. We were impressed with the company’s experience and expertise,” said Eureka Springs Mayor Butch Berry. “We evaluated proposals from multiple energy services companies, conducted research, and ultimately chose Entegrity. They offered us what we considered the best path towards achieving our goal of sustainability and maximizing our savings. We are bringing renewable energy to our city in a way that will benefit the city for years to come.”
In addition to the solar array, the project also includes LED lighting upgrades for the police and fire stations, public works office, auditorium, wastewater treatment plant, and Lake Leatherwood Ballfield, as well as HVAC upgrades and water-saving measures.
“The goal of any energy project is to find ways to reduce facility-related utility and maintenance costs and reinvest that money into facility upgrades that pay for themselves,” said John Coleman, Regional Director at Entegrity. “Because the cost savings are guaranteed, the city now has a no-risk solution to improve its facilities, providing a positive impact on operating budgets.”
Under the terms of the agreement with Entegrity, Eureka Springs will purchase solar energy at a known rate for the next 25 years, resulting in lifetime savings of more than $750,000.

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