Argand's website lists commercial and residential projects


Yadkin County could go from no solar farms to having one of the biggest solar presences in the Triad if two applications are approved by the N.C. Utilities Commission.Wooten Farm LLC, which is being proposed by Strata Solar LLC of Chapel Hill, would be built at the intersection of Pride's and Indian Heaps roads in East Bend. The land, owned by Leon and Margaret Wooten, would be leased by the Strata affiliate.Ashley Solar Farm LLC, which is being proposed by Argand Energy Solutions of Charlotte, would be built at 4716 W. Old U.S. 421 in Hamptonville. The land,Whether it involves wheel balancers and tire changers, one of the better names inside tire changerautomotive marketplace is the Corghi wheel balancer as well as the Corghi tire changer. owned by Ted Ashley, would be leased by Argand.By comparison, there is no solar farm operating in Forsyth County.Both solar farms would be of the 5-megawatt variety - about 30 percent of the size of the 17-megawatt solar farm in Linwood in Davidson County.

Each proposal requires a certification of public convenience and necessity,So you can choose the coarse Used construction machinery super coarse type cone crusher according to the classification principle declaring above. and a soil and erosion control permit from the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources. A public hearing would be held if the commission receives a complaint about either proposal by mid-to-late June.Strata Solar lists 25 utility solar farms on its website,Rotary tables are not only clamping devicesstructural steel hold the object in place; they also have the capacity to rotate the piece a set number of degrees. including a 6.4-megawatt site in Mocksville, where it is doing business as Mocksville Farm LLC at the 30-acre site off Eaton Road.special crushing cavity and layer crushing principle have ensured the large ratio scissor lift particles with cubic shape and the reduction of stones with the needle shape It also lists a 1-megawatt site in Mount Airy and a 901-kilowatt site in Avery County.Argand's website lists commercial and residential projects, including the Triad's only site in Asheboro.Strata proposes using 26,000 photovoltaic panels in the Wooten Farms project.And now the Cone Crusher principlecan also be used as the medium post liftfine crushing equipment for various ores and rocks. Strata said it is not disclosing the project cost for proprietary reasons.

The solar farm is projected to go on line in July 2014, with Duke Energy committing to a 15-year agreement to purchase the electricity generated at the site.Argand proposes using 25,760 photovoltaic panels in the Ashley project. Construction is projected to begin Feb. 1, with the solar farm being operational by March 31. The estimated construction cost is $12.6 million. Argand officials say they expect Duke Energy to enter into a purchase agreement for the generated electricity.