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21/09: ANTIGUA'S WELL-BUILT PV SYSTEMS SUSTAIN IMPACT OF HURRICANE IRMA
REINFORCED FRAMES AND ROBUST DESIGN OF SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS HAVE PAID OFF
The 6th September 2017 will remain as a notable day that all the people of Antigua and Barbuda will remember. Irma, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Caribbean, exceeding category 5, has then hit the twin island state with its devastating power. The island of Barbuda suffered from the highest impact, with 90% of constructions wiped away by the strong wind blowing at consistently 300 km/h and way above in gusts.
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PV Energy's sun2roof rooftop installations have not been damaged by the hurricane.
The sun2roof system on the Police headquarters has not been damaged by the hurricane.
A sun2roof solar installation on the rooftop of an Antiguan mall.
PV Energy's solar solutions on the rooftops of the All Saints Secondary School.
The sun2live solar power plant in the Bethesda region/Antigua has survived the hurricane without damages.
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