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Installation by Aschinger Electric, largest rooftop array in Missouri

Installation by Aschinger Electric, largest rooftop array in Missouri

Although Aschinger has installed more than 5 megawatts of solar energy across Missouri, Kansas and Illinois, we’re excited to be installing the largest rooftop solar installation in the state of Missouri. This 4,085 panel array is being installed on the roof of the the IKEA store being built in Midtown St. Louis that will open on September 30, 2015. The store’s 259,000-square-foot rooftop solar array will produce enough electricity annually to power 169 homes.

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  • “Aschinger delivered a beautifully designed and installed process control network…. A truly professional installation leveraging 21st century technology that will reliably support our automation efforts for the next 20 years.”

  • “I just received a phone call from Brian Sword at Gander Mountain to tell me how happy he is with the Fenton install. Please let Aschinger know that we appreciate their efforts. Nothing better than getting this type of call, especially with the eyes on this one. This is a team effort from design, engineering and implementation to make this happen.”

     

     

     

     

  • “Aschinger Electric completed the installation of the pole light on the John Carrol Parking Lot for the Mural painting on the exterior wall of McGannon Hall. It looks great, Aschinger Electric did a wonderful job.”

  • “The experience with Aschinger Electric has been a pleasure with positive results.”

  • “We were quite pleased with Aschinger.  Our previous infrascan company wasn’t nearly as thorough.”

  • “Our diagrams were a hodgepodge of pieces.  Aschinger looked at our building and gave us a complete set of one line diagrams.  Before, when we had an issue we could grab the pieces but we weren’t even sure if they were right.  Another good thing was their analysis and maintenance recommendations.”