Desert firefighters welcome solar to Firehouse #91

Sunquest Solar
project summary
Client
Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department #91
Installer
Sunquest Solar
Utility
Mohave Electric Cooperative
Location
Fort Mohave, AZ
Industry
Public Sector

90-95

estimated annual building energy load offset

~$50000

estimated annual savings

“Whenever we do a job, we always price both microinverters and string inverters. String inverters may save a few thousand dollars off the initial costs, but microinverters offer greater long-term savings. Enphase is the obvious choice, every time.”

Doug Odum
Renewable Energy Consultant, Sunquest Solar

Why solar?

Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department #91 received $75,000 in funding from local electric cooperative Mohave Electric Cooperative and private nonprofit Huguenin-Rallapalli Foundation to install solar on its building rooftop. 

Why Enphase?

It was important to Fire Department #91 that the solar array meet top safety and fire standards, so Enphase microinverters were chosen to ensure that only safe low voltage alternating current ran through the system. Microinverters also contain built-in rapid shutdown capabilities and perform reliably in the hot temperatures of the Arizona desert. The fire department will now produce enough solar energy to offset 90-95% percent of its energy consumption.