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Minturn Huller Cooperative, Inc.

This served a dual purpose providing a 60,000 SF shade structure while housing the remainder of the panels necessary to offset the operations energy costs. Minturn Huller is an almond hulling and shelling operation that was driven to run their facility more efficiently.

Pickett Solar did a 1. Michelsen Packaging.

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They have a great reputation for honesty, fairness and quality workmanship. I would definitely recommend Pickett Solar. With an existing 65,000 SF building, we were able to utilize that roof top space for half of the solar panels needed. I have nothing but great things to say about working with Pickett Solar. We were so happy with the results and the savings that we are adding a 2-megawatt project that will add 6,360 more solar panels.

I would most certainly recommend Pickett to anyone. Starting with the salesman that drafted the proposal, all the way to the engineering department and the customer service. I have two solar systems that are seven and eight years old.

Minturn Huller Co-Op

Our creative solution for this project was to construct an additional solar support structure to house the other half of the solar array. Although there are many companies in the solar business, I went with Pickett because they are a second generation, local family owned business. They exceeded our expectations, delivered everything timely and came in under budget. We can call them up whenever possible to help us out and teach us along the way. It was a very pleasant experience with everyone involved in the project from start to finish.

I'm very happy with the results of my business solar installations.