Alice Springs Airport chooses BenQ Solar
Alice Springs Airport is expanding its existing solar power facilities, with construction of a new 325kW PV system. The project, valued at $1.9 million, includes the installation of steel structures that will serve the dual purpose of mounting the solar panels and providing shaded, premium car parking.
AC Solar Warehouse was awarded a contract to supply one thousand 325W high efficiency BenQ Solar modules for the project.
Alice Springs Airport General Manager Katie Cooper said the project was a significant one for the airport. “This investment represents a long-held commitment to continue developing our solar energy capability, and it’s exciting to see it coming to fruition,” she said. “The innovative design means we can also improve our parking facilities and offer shaded areas as an additional choice for our customers.”
Alice Springs Airport selected BenQ Solar high efficiency mono-crystaline modules for this project as they provide superior performance in high heat and have a uniform black appearance which reduces glare – an important factor when installing solar arrays near an airport.
BenQ Solar is a leading Taiwanese solar manufacturer with a worldwide reputation for quality and innovation. BenQ Solar produces high quality poly, mono and back contact DC modules, as well as the ground breaking AC Unison solar module that features a factory fitted Power One microinverter. AC Solar Warehouse supplies the full range of BenQ Solar modules. For more information call us on 1300 55 44 67.