Solaya is the development arm of Lumus Construction. Solaya is a renewable energy development company with a focus on wind, solar and fuel cell power projects throughout the world. Our team has over 100 years of experience in wind power and real estate development & finance. Our team has managed over $10 billion in construction over the past 10 years. We have over 630 MW of active projects at various stages of development in the United States, India, Pakistan, Israel and Brazil. We have formed strategic partnerships with various wind, solar and fuel cell manufacturers as well as various technical consultants
Renewable energy is a safe and clean way to improve efficiency and reduce energy costs. Solaya is dedicated to providing solutions for your company and wants to help you through the transition. As one of the leaders in renewable energy, Solaya has years of expertise to offer, including carpentry, mechanical and electrical work. Solaya specializes in solar, wind, and fuel cells systems. Going green with Solaya will be at no risk to you. You will not have to put up capital for the energy system. Solaya will invest and finance the project for you. A change in the energy starts with these first steps toward green. Call Solaya today to be on your way.
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Reasons to go Green:
- Produce your own clean power
- Add immediate value to your business
- Reduce energy costs
- Hedge against future electric price increases
- Gain a competitive advantage over other companies
- Be an example for others to follow
- Preserve the world’s limited natural resources
- Do you think your area is windy?
- How far away is your property from any surrounding buildings or roads? (At least 500 feet?)
- Is your property large enough to construct a turbine on? (At least 1.5-3 acres of land is needed).
- Are there any airports nearby? If so, how close is your property to the airport?
- Do you have a large roof top area? (Approximately 100 square feet is needed per kilowatt).
- Does your area receive a lot of sunlight?
- Do you have a clear, unobstructed access to the sun?
- When are your load operating hours? (day or night requirements, weekend load requirements)
- Will you need relatively long run times? (≥8 hours?)
- What will be the purpose of the fuel cell? (Is it only for back up purposes, combine heat and power, primary power, etc.?)
- Do you have site and space availability? (Is it a secure site? Is fuel cell compactness important?)