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Sunfinity Renewable Energy | November 14, 2018
LBJ Infrastructure Group (LBJIG) and NTE Mobility Partners (NTEMP) have created some of the most sophisticated traffic tollways in the United States, including nearly $7 billion in three North Texas projects: the 13 mile LBJ Express, 13 mile North Tarrant Express and the 10 mile I-35W. Now their parent company Cintra, a global leader in P3 infrastructure development, is taking another innovative step to power its North Texas headquarters by installing renewable solar energy, simultaneously reduc...
Sunfinity Renewable | December 13, 2018
Lakeside Chevrolet of Rockwall, Texas, will soon have more than superior horsepower going for it. The North Texas’ Chevrolet dealership will begin sourcing about one-third of its electricity needs from a solar roof-mount system, which will also cut its operating costs. Lakeside, which has been in Rockwall for almost 50 years, will be the first automotive dealership in the city to tap into the power of solar. Sunfinity Renewable Energy, headquartered in Dallas, designed, engineered and managed th...
Sunfinity Renewable Energy | January 30, 2019
El Dorado Chevrolet & Mazda of McKinney, Texas, contracted with Sunfinity Renewable Energy and The Ratliff Group to install an approximately 1-MW solar canopy system on the car dealership’s campus. “Our commitment to solar canopies is our biggest environmental initiative to date,” said Stanley Graff, owner of El Dorado Chevrolet. “Sunfinity was able to show us how to benefit the environment and our bottom line all at the same time, and that’s an unbeatable combination.” The El Dorado system feat...
Sunfinity | August 06, 2020
Sunfinity Renewable Energy installed a 56.9-kWdc solar system atop AMP Studios, a Dallas, Texas-based digital media company. AMP has hosted productions for clients like the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and hip-hop duo Salt-N-Peppa. The company provides support facilities, equipment and staffing for media production from photography to audio recording to video filming. In discussing the possibility of going solar, the idea of using the panels for “double duty” came up, and the team at A...
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