TUCSON, AZ — (Marketwired) — 04/19/16 — ABCO Energy, Inc., (OTCQB: ABCE) announced the construction launch of a 68.04 Kilowatt project in Phoenix Metropolitan area. This project is part of a chain of 5 projects consisting of parking structures with solar on the roofs and the parking of Recreational Vehicles underneath. This is the third of five such projects contracted in 2015 with the remaining three construction completion dates in 2016.
This project will provide electricity for the entire storage center and will provide revenue to ABCO of $286,000 in the second quarter of 2016.
“ABCO has already completed the contracted steel construction and is now installing the solar electrical system,” says Charles O’Dowd President of ABCO Energy, “and we are excited that our development of commercial projects has continued uninterrupted for the last two years. At all times since 2013 we have had one or more of these solar shade structures in our production schedule and at times more than one. Commercial solar construction is definitely the future of ABCO Energy, Inc.”
ABCO Energy Inc. is an Arizona licensed contractor for sales and installation of Photovoltaic Solar Systems, Solar Street Lighting and installation of LED and energy conservation lighting systems in their markets. ABCO has offices in Tucson, Phoenix and Flagstaff, Arizona. ABCO provides products and services to residential, commercial, government and non-profit entities in all of their markets.
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