THE LARGEST SINGLE SLOPED SOLAR STRUCTURE IN THE U.S.
Mill 19 is located at the site of one of Pittsburgh’s very last operating steel mills, the LTV (J&L) Coke Works, which closed in 1998. As the centerpiece of the 178-acre Hazelwood Green redevelopment along the Monongahela River, Mill 19 will serve as the home to Carnegie Mellon University-affiliated Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute and the Manufacturing Futures Initiative, Catalyst Connection and autonomous vehicle company Aptiv
BUILDING LENGTH: 1400 ft
BUILDING HEIGHT: 85 ft
SLOPE OF ROOF: 20°
SOLAR PANELS TO BE INSTALLED: 4968 (PLUS 1152 IN PARKING LOTS) POWERGENERATED FROM PANELS: 2.5 MEGAWATTS LIFETIME CO₂ EMISSIONS EQUIVALENT: 62.5M POUNDS OF COAL
ENOUGH ENERGY TO POWER: 264 HOMES
ANNUALLY CARBON SEQUESTERED: 2,982 ACRES OF U.S FORESTS IN 1 YEAR