Southwest Solar Technologies to Offer Research Facilities at its Phoenix, Research Park

Southwest Solar Technologies, a developer of new solar systems, declared that it has accomplished the initial developmental requirements for the Southwest Solar Research Park located south of Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Arizona. The company is engaged in providing concentrating solar power (CPS) systems.

The18 acre Research Park is designed to function as an important place for renewable energy research and to bring in improvements in it. The park will offer ample field space for its own engineers and its partnering companies with copious sunlight to work along to continue their research and to test new innovative solar technologies. The strategic location of the facility is situated close to the city universities and other technology industries and offers easy and quicker access to them.

Currently, the company is holding talks with private institutions, universities and government patronized projects to co-locate to the park to avail the park facilities to test their projects. According to Herb Hayden, the company’s Chief Technical Officer, the new facility will include the functional headquarters of his company and a development and research complex for the use of others to test their solar technology.