Huntington’s largest solar panel project completed at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore

By FRED PACE

The Herald-Dispatch

Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore Warehouse Assistant Mark Kingery kneels next to installed solar panels on the roof of the ReStore and administrative office building, made possible by an anonymous donor.
(Herald-Dispatch photo by Sholten Singer)

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Thanks to an anonymous and generous donor, the Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore and administrative office building at 240 3rd Ave. in Huntington will soon run entirely on solar energy.

Solar Holler, a West Virginia-based solar energy developer with an office in Huntington, recently completed the installation of Habitat’s 53.76 kW roof-mounted solar energy system, which is the company’s largest solar project to date in West Virginia.

It consists of 168 solar modules with inverters and optimizers, as well as monitoring. The array will produce no more electricity than the building requires annually, while maximizing the use of available space on the roof.

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