Solar Solutions at P-822 MCAS Operations Complex
  • U.S. Navy
  • Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe, Oahu, HI
  • general Construction

Solar Solutions at P-822 MCAS Operations Complex

Project description
  • Client U.S. Navy
  • Services Provided general Construction
  • Location Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe, Oahu, HI
The joint venture of dck worldwide and ECC was awarded the Oahu construction contract for the design and construction of a 48,000 SF Terminal Operations Complex and Aircraft Fire and Rescue Station (AFRS) at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The project implemented and combined PV technology to offset the electrical use demand of the entire base. A new 491.4 kW DC system that includes 1,890 modules was installed on the roof of the PCT building with five adjacent carport solar support structures.  Additionally, a new 258.4 kW DC system with 994 modules was installed on the roof of the AFRS building with two adjacent carport solar support structures. The photovoltaic systems will help reduce electricity consumption from the utility grid by the base and will create a more sustainable complex and model for future development of military projects. Learn more about our Energy Solutions and projects focused on solar/energy.
MCAS Kaneohe P-822 MCAS Operations Complex night view.
MCAS Kaneohe P-822 MCAS Operations Complex night view
Solar Solutions at P-822 MCAS Operations Complex solar panels photovoltaic

Solar Solutions at P-822 MCAS Operations Complex solar panels photovoltaic.