The trial roll-out of a 280kW commercial solar system for NSW Transport (Sydney Trains) is in the process of completion. NSW Transport is the government cluster responsible for shaping and managing NSW’s transport systems. Transport NSW selected Todae Solar as part of a competitive tender due to our vast experience in delivering high quality installations under strict WHS requirements. The systems will produce approximately 410,000kWh’s of energy for 14 Sydney Train network bases located throughout Sydney. The rollout is a pilot to test the reliability and savings of solar and will help NSW Transport assess options to meet its environment and sustainability goals.
While designing the systems were fairly straight forward, the challenge arose in ensuring the systems met the stringent technical standards required by NSW Transport in addition to regular building and industry technical standards.
Todae Solar worked closely with Sydney Trains to ensure all installations met the requirements and were installed according to specification. The initial client feedback has been positive around Todae Solar’s quality, attention to detail and overall installation performance.
Another example of Todae Solar’s excellent WHS standards was evident on the recently completed the installation of a 100kW system for Total Marine Technology (TMT) in Bibra Lake, WA. TMT manufactures remote submarines and the high-risk nature of their industry necessitated our installers follow their strict WHS procedures, which are some of the most stringent we’ve ever come across. The system is expected to annually generate approximately 168,000kWh of electricity and cover 40% of TMT’s power bill. TMT were extremely happy and commended Todae Solar on the installation.
Our highly detail-oriented engineers, project managers and installers have an abundance of experience and flexibility in adapting to the needs and requirements of our clients. For example, the Department of Parliamentary Services had their own stringent requirements for the installation of the 43kW system for Parliament House. UNSW also has their own meticulous design and quality requirements. Experience and flexibility enabled Todae Solar to adapt to these requirements to complete these complex installations within often tight project deadlines. Click here to see their testimonials.
Todae Solar is committed to delivering the highest quality solar installations and will go the extra mile to ensure our quality. This means our systems will last for the long term, producing renewable energy, year after year.