This is the fourth in a series of videos that will report the progress of this benchmark installation for Infinia Corporation out of Tooele, Utah.
Chronicling the Infinia PowerDish installation at Tooele Army Depot, Utah, USA
Renewable energy installations like the Tooele Army Depot (TEAD) PowerDish project are no small feat. From land approval and permitting to project design, funding and construction – concept to final implementation takes a collaborative effort and dedicated team.
Along with the team, integration is key; providing tailored solutions for sustainability within a military base requires a thoughtful and strategic combination of development and management.
For developers, installers and end uses alike, the PowerDish is a game-changing technology that generates more than power – it creates scalability and a platform for independence from traditional energy sources. And with the installation being the first-ever on a base, it’s an honorable, benchmark project to be associated with. For more info go to www.infiniacorp.com
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