Qcells to build 717-kW solar, 556-kWh storage system for Korean food processing facility

Qcells, together with food producer Jayone Foods in Paramount, California, has started a 717.6 kWdc project behind the meter of solar energy + storage. The project, which will use Q.PEAK DUO XL-G10.3 modules and a 556 kWh storage system with Qcells’ Geli Energy Management System (EMS), should come online in Q4 2022 and generate 90% of Jayone Foods’ total tax at its Paramount facility.

“We are excited to add solar power and an energy storage system to Jayone Foods Inc.’s processing facility. in Paramount. At a time when making more sustainable decisions plays an increasingly important role in the way we do business,” said Seung Hoon Lee, president of Jayone Foods. “Jayone Foods Inc. is pleased to partner with a complete energy solution provider such as Qcells to benefit from reduced energy costs while making a positive contribution to the environment.”

Ben Brown, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Qcells Distributed Energy, said: “We are excited to partner with leading food manufacturers such as Jayone Foods Inc. who understand the opportunity to use solar energy and storage to reduce operating costs and achieve the company’s sustainability goals.By combining our world-class hardware solutions with our intelligent Geli energy management system, customers like Jayone will ensure abundant and secure access to affordable clean energy for years to come.”

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