U.S. Customs & Border Patrol Otay Mesa & Tecate Land Port of Entry Solar PV Conceptual Design
Solar PV | Feasibility Study | Conceptual Design
PV System Sizes:
Otay Mesa LPOE: 488.0 kW
Tecate LPOE: 137.0 kW
Project Owner: Department of Homeland Security
Location: Tecate, CA & Otay Mesa, CA
Customer: Information & Energy Services, Inc.
Year Completed: 2020
Dersch Design & Engineering created conceptual designs for two solar PV systems at two different U.S. Customs & Border Patrol Land Port of Entry sites. Our team estimated solar PV system sizes, assessed structural feasibility, and identified locations on site best suited for solar power generation.
A solar feasibility study for each site was performed and our engineers created conceptual PV system layouts intended to maximally exploit the sites for renewable power production.
Additionally, we managed a structural engineering sub consultant with whom we collaborated to help create bridging documents for the project.