- DC = 1.458 MW
- AC = 1.0 MW
- Number of modules = 3,888
In addition to the solar array, Gordian planted more than 200 trees and built a long access road to finish out a great project.
Minnesota Community Solar Garden program – Cornillie, MN
The Cornille site was a dream for the team. The field was generally flat, and the soil was sandy. This provided for both little grading of the site, and easy panel installation. We enjoyed a pretty easy one here!
Minnesota Community Solar Garden Program, Goodhue MN
The entire field is covered with drain tile or grid, creating a challenging constrain for our team. The drain tile removes water from the field. The site also had an area of protected wetlands that caused our team to design the array to both produce the needed power and protect the environmental integrity of the site.
Despite extreme conditions, the Gordian Energy Systems delivered the project on time and on budget.
Minnesota Community Solar Garden Program, Eichtens MN
The Eichtens site was full of challenges for our team. Previous to our installation, there were steep hills and erosion control challenges due to creeks and storm water. This required extensive grading as well as storm water management systems. With planning and innovative thinking our team pulled together this project to deliver on time and on budget for our client.
Dakota County Solar Garden Program
The solar garden was completed in the Spring of 2020. The project is providing subscribers with clean, renewable energy in southeast Minnesota, supporting the State’s energy goals.
Minnesota Community Solar Garden Program – Byron, Minnesota
This solar garden was built in the winter of 2019 with the predictable winter challenges of Minnesota. Snow, cold and wind created tough working conditions. Our team’s determination and problem solving allowed us to provide the client their system on time and on budget. We also worked to keep the community informed on the progress of the project.
Today, the project is producing a steady flow of clean, renewable energy for the local community and is visually a work of art.
Minnesota Community Solar Garden Program – St. Cloud, Minnesota
The solar garden was built in the winter of 2019. During the process, snow accumulation was sometimes higher than the surrounding fencing. Our team needed to plan and move quickly when the weather permitted to ensure progress on the project. We also worked to keep the community informed on the installation.
Today, the project is providing environmentally conscious subscribers with clean energy and helping to achieve the region’s sustainability goals.