Solar power projects are a fast-growing part of America’s renewable electricity generation infrastructure. From suburban rooftops to urban parking decks to wide open rural spaces, solar energy installations are becoming more and more common, and increasingly important to our nations’s energy future.
Once installed, solar projects are continually working. Taking them partially or totally out of production for repairs or painting would be costly and time consuming, cause interruptions in operations, and waste additional energy. That’s why hot dip galvanizing has become the solar industry standard for corrosion protection.