Project Navigator, Ltd. (PNL) and its solar development operating group, PVNavigator, to Exhibit at the 2011 National Brownfields Conference in Philadelphia, PA on April 3rd through 5th.
Brea, CA - March 14, 2011 - The National Brownfields Conference is the official U.S. EPA and ICMA cosponsored conference focused on brownfields redevelopment and revitalization. Now in its fourteenth year, the conference continues to be the premier national event for discovering solutions to cleanup challenges, examining lessons from the field, and turning environmental liabilities into useful resources. Registration to the conference is free and more information can be found at www.brownfields2011.org.
Project Navigator, Ltd. (PNL) is a United States based, leading, privately held innovative engineering and project development firm who has specialty expertise in managing landfill closures and their subsequent reuse, especially to house PV solar power facilities.
For almost 15 years, PNL's engineers and scientists have formulated and implemented strategies on how to leverage long-term value from landfills which are in their O&M phases. PNL's solar development operating group, PVNavigator (PVN) delivers capabilities in the assessment, planning and development of commercial scale, distributed, solar power projects. We are able to manage solar projects from conception to completion, and involves such tasks as:
• Distributed PV Solar Project Development
• Small Scale PV Solar Systems (0.5 to 20MW)
• Solar on Urban Brownfield Sites and Landfills
• Site Selection
• Design and Construction Management
Our specialty and focus is on developing distributed small scale photovoltaic solar power projects on impacted lands (Landfill and Brownfield Sites), which are close to existing transmission capabilities or customer load. This strategic siting and development approach places our solar facilities at the distribution end of the grid, thereby eliminating the need for new transmission lines, and expensive and time-consuming environmental studies.