San Antonio, Texas

The Camden Medical Center solar photovoltaic (PV) project can be seen from the northbound side of Interstate 35 as you drive through downtown San Antonio, TX. It’s a 69kW system comprised of 296 solar panels and will generate almost 90,000 kWh per year. That’s enough solar electricity to power 9 homes in the San Antonio area!

The Camden Medical solar project is a very unique project because it showcases the most current solar technology in one of the most historic areas of San Antonio. The Historic District of San Antonio is strong in it’s will to preserve the look and heritage of it’s old neighborhoods, but still flexible enough to allow progress and sustainability to emerge and benefit the neighborhood and city.

This solar panel array utilizes the Enphase Micro-Inverter system as well as the Enlighten web-based monitoring package that gives real time insight into solar production, ensuring that the clean energy investment is paying the highest dividends.

Camden Medical Center
Camden Medical Center

We chose to install solar panels to go Green and to save money in today’s challenging economy. We wanted to take full of Texas’ most plentiful resource, the Texas Sun. We chose NATiVE Solar because we were impressed with their technical know how and their very professional and well thought out plan. It was a plan that best fit the needs of the Camden Medical Center. The project went off exactly as planned and the crew from Native was more than up front about their plan of execution.

Dr. K. P. Ganeshappa, MD, Gastroenterology
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The Camden Medical Center solar photovoltaic (PV) project can be seen from the northbound side of Interstate 35 as you drive through downtown San Antonio, TX. It’s a 69kW system comprised of 296 solar panels and will generate almost 90,000 kWh per year. That’s enough solar electricity to power 9 homes in the San Antonio area! The Camden Medical solar project is a very unique project because it showcases the most current solar technology in one of the most historic areas of San Antonio. The Historic District of San Antonio is strong in it’s will to preserve the look and heritage of it’s old neighborhoods, but still flexible enough to allow progress and sustainability to emerge and benefit the neighborhood and city.