United Renewable Energy, LLC install GA Solar Panels Powered by Suniva
The new Woodbridge at Parkway Village Independent Senior Living Facility in Fairburn will be the first commercial location to receive an all-Georgia Solar power installation. The new “Powered by Suniva” panels include highly- efficient and low-cost photovoltaic cells, manufactured by Norcross, GA-based Suniva, Inc., and will be installed by Alpharetta-based United Renewable Energy, LLC.
The new United Renewable Energy brand panels, “Powered by Suniva,” provide solar energy at a lower price point than traditional high-powered solar PV systems. These new solar panels are comprised of 95% American-made materials, including the solar cells manufactured at Suniva’s Norcross plant.
Atlanta-based Ambling Development Partners, LLC plans to install these panels on the new Independent Senior Living Facility in Fairburn. “Ambling Development Partners, LLC has multiple solar PV projects underway in Georgia on our affordable, senior, and market rate developments. Our commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainable practices is demonstrated by the installation of these panels sourced right here in Georgia”, said Torian R. Priestly, vice president of development at Ambling Development Partners.
In the last fifty years, technology has transformed the world. It has enabled us to live longer, instantaneously communicate with each other across the planet and explore the tiniest bits of our world and the furthest regions of our solar system. We are only now beginning to recognize that this dizzying speed of technological advancement – resulting in exponential population growth and an insatiable appetite for energy – has impacted the natural world. In response to this recognition, markets have created a demand for technological innovation to reduce culture’s impact on the natural world. The Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center will usher in the new year with “The Technology of Sustainable Design”, an exhibition about new developments in sustainable design that features the work of Atlanta-based firm Houser Walker Architecture, Timmons Design Engineers, United Renewable Energy and Suniva, a world leader in solar cells. The exhibition will run from January 9 to February 27.