FROM WINTER STORMS TO SUMMER HURRICANES –

CONNECTABLES SOLAR CHARGING STATIONS OFFER BACKUP POWER FOR UNIVERSITIES, OFFICE PARKS, MALLS, AND MORE

(PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA) – With extreme weather patterns causing more power outages than ever, businesses are turning to solar power backup to stay plugged in.


In addition to offering an aesthetically designed alternative for outdoor device charging, CarrierClass Green Infrastructure's ConnecTableTM Solar Charging Stations can be combined to form a micro grid and a backup power source during extended power outages. ConnecTables are designed and constructed to operate in the worst case scenarios in a predictable way. As long as there is adequate sun to charge the batteries, it can provide ongoing power. But even with days of cloudy, foggy weather, the battery maintains its charge (depending on the amount of devices plugged in).

These robust commercial and residential power stations are available in caf, picnic, and deck table forms and bring a unique perspective to today's techno-dependent consumer's ever present need to stay connected. With seamless integration into a variety of landscapes, ConnecTables enhance the sustainability and traditional use of a variety of public spaces. They are also of growing interest to organizations that desire to deploy solar, reduce greenhouse gases, meet sustainability requirements, and improve their landscapes while showcasing their green image.

These fully engineered solar power charging and backup power systems are designed to accommodate a range of table design aesthetics, surface materials, and site design objectives. They are an ideal enhancement for universities, city parks, outdoor malls, sports complexes, mixed-use developments, theme parks, and more.

Qualifying organizations may be eligible for low interest financing of the tables through the Sustainable Energy Fund (www.thesef.org). Tables qualify for the 30% investment tax credit[1][2] offered to businesses that install solar. Universities can also use designated green funds to purchase tables.

A division of CarrierClass Group, CarrierClass Green Infrastructure (CCGI) designs, sells and installs solar electric, solar thermal, and custom off-grid solar power products for commercial and residential customers. CCGI's primary focus and strength is the integration of proven solar technologies into innovative product lines that harness solar energy to provide power in nearly any situation. The hallmarks of all CCGI green power products and projects are exceptional solar design, engineering, and architectural and aesthetic standards.

CCGI was founded in 2008 by infrastructure entrepreneurs Jim Innes and Ian Jones. CCGI's background includes commercial solar power purchase agreements, project feasibility analysis and development along with turnkey implementation of commercial solar PV and solar thermal projects. Its sister company CarrierClass Deployment Services is a wireless and telecom infrastructure management and project implementation company for clients including AT&T Mobility, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals and Advance Realty Group. Learn more at www.ccgigogreen.com.

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