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GlaxoSmithKline Building North America's Largest Rooftop Solar Array

Pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is building North America's largest rooftop solar array atop their York, PA distribution center.

The array will be 360,000 square feet (equivalent to seven football fields) with 11,000 solar panels and buy viagra in canada have a capacity of 3.4 MW, enough to fully power the facility.  When the project is levitra no prescription canada completed this December, it will be the first of the company's facilities to run completely on renewable energy, but according to GSK, it won't be the last.  A Fresno, CA distribution center is next in line for a renewable energy makeover starting sometime next Spring.

These efforts are part of GSK's recent commitment to reduce its energy consumption by 45 percent of 2006 levels by 2015.

via Inhabitat


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Interesting, Low-rated comment [Show]
written by jcsr, November 09, 2010
This is heartening. It is the first post I've read where the writer claims the solar installation will fully power the facility.
RE: Interesting
written by Roger W. F., November 10, 2010
Photon Contamination? Lol. Sorry, but I'm not buyin it.
written by Craig, November 10, 2010
Jackson, I'm sure they will just do what they did in Star Trek, make torpedos out of them and fire them at the levitra for cheap canadian pharmacy Klingons.
Well not "Off the grid"
written by Matt, November 10, 2010
While it make produce more energy than it uses, they did not claim to tramadol overnight without prescription be off the grid. They will still draw power at night and days with very little sun shine. But it is still a great thing, since they drop they peak time use to zero and maybe negative on sunny days.

Believe it or not, I think its about 10 years ago now, but the largest roof top solar was in Cincinnati Ohio. Also on a large distribution center. They are still collecting power, even with the building now stands mostly empty. Do not recall but I think it was 4-5 football fields in size.
written by free solar panels, November 11, 2010
It's nice to see one of the larger companies taking a step in the right direction. However a part of me wonders if they are just paying lip service. Still 3.4 MW, that's one hell of a commitment.

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