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McCormick Completes Solar Power Installation

mccormick_spice_mill.jpgMcCormick and Company has completed solar projects on the roof of its Hunt Valley Distribution Center and the McCormick Spice Mill.

Constellation Energy installed a total of  2,100 solar panels and 92,000 square feet of photovoltaic materials for the company. The system is expected to generate about one megawatt of electricity, or enough electricity to power 110 homes annually.

The system is expected to reduce GHG emissions equivalent to removing about 150 vehicles from the road annually. The company expects to cut its electricity costs for these buildings by about 30 percent in the first year alone.

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One thought on “McCormick Completes Solar Power Installation

  1. Terminology is a little confusing: “The system is expected to generate about one megawatt of electricity, or enough electricity to power 110 homes annually”. Is that one megawatt of instantaneous power? Since solar panels fluctuate in their power output over the course of the day with the sunlight, it is probably better to reference how many Megawatt Hours the solar panels can produce over the course of a day/month/year.

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