City of Lovelock Waste Water Treatment Plant

Lovelock, Nevada Waste water treatment may not seem too exciting – that is until you power it with solar! In February, Black Rock Solar completed installation of a 385-panel, 103

Walker River Paiute Tribe Arsenic Plant

Schurz, Nevada Black Rock Solar installed a 101 kW ground-mount array at the Walker River Paiute Tribe Arsenic Plant in Schurz, Nevada, in November 2013. This 385-panel array will save

College of Southern Nevada Horn Theater

North Las Vegas, Nevada Black Rock Solar installed a 408-panel, 107 kW rooftop array at the College of Southern Nevada’s Nicholas J. Horn Theatre in North Las Vegas, Nevada, in

Friends in Service Helping

Carson City, Nevada “The savings from this array will make it possible for us to do more for our people. For example, it could double the amount of food we

Great Basin College, Winnemucca

Winnemucca, Nevada “GBC is very pleased with your staff – especially Eli Lyon and Eli Smith; both have been very professional and have worked well with college staff to preserve

Great Basin College, Elko

Elko, Nevada Black Rock Solar installed a 50 kW rooftop array powering the Tech Arts building at Great Basin College’s Elko campus. This 187-panel array will save the college more

Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Sutcliffe Fish Hatchery

Sutcliffe, Nevada Black Rock Solar installed a 101 kW ground-mount array at the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Fish Hatchery in Sutcliffe, Nevada, in October 2013. This 385-panel array will save

E.L. Cord Automotive Technology Ctr, Western Nevada College

Carson City, Nevada “This collaboration offers many benefits to the college. Economically, it makes sense for today and for the future. It allows the college to lower energy costs and

TMCC Dandini Sierra Building

Reno, Nevada With 594 panels, this 148 kW array is Black Rock Solar’s largest rooftop photovoltaic system to date. Completed in September 2013, the array will save TMCC more than

Bailey Charter Elementary School

Reno, Nevada “This project will save our school up to $6,500 a year in electric costs, a savings that can be spent on better serving our students. From an academic