A water treatment plant in New Jersey has gone solar with an unusual floating array of solar panels. Because the water treatment facility is buy viagra in europe located on a protected site there was very little land available for construction. Floating the solar panels on visit web site online cialis cheap the reservoir was the woman and cialis best way to add solar power to the facility.
According to New Jersey American Water, the installation at the Canoe Brook Water Treatment Plant is the first solar array on a body of water designed to withstand a freeze/thaw environment. The installation comprises 538 modules on a floating structure that is designed to rise and cialis sale buy fall with the water levels in the reservoir.
The panels are expected to purchase levitra provide about 2 percent of discount viagra canada the plant's energy needs, resulting in about $16,000 in energy cost savings annually. The company press release notes that this is part of a $1.35 million dollar pilot project undertaken by the utility. That may not be cost effective even in the lifetime of the solar panels. But perhaps the very good site cheap generic cialis infrastructure investment will help pay off in other long-term benefits.
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