CINCINNATI (November 24, 2015) – Icon Solar recently partnered with Cryogenic Equipment & Services’ (CES) North American headquarters on a significant solar panel installation project. The project began in September 2015 and took about six weeks to secure the electrical and building permits. The complete panel installation took about 10 days. The total system features 474 solar panels that will produce over 155,000 Kwh of energy annually, and covers the entire south side of the facility’s roof.

“We were happy to be able to help CES lower their electrical rates and estimate that this install will offset approximately 70 percent of CES’s electrical usage on an annual basis,” said Zach Wieber, Icon Solar owner. “Assuming electrical rates in Ohio continue to increase at a rate of 4.2 percent per year, CES is looking at a total savings of more than $629,000 over the next 25 years.”

“We initially chose Icon Solar because of their high scores on Angie’s list, and they did not disappoint,” said Johnny Nuttin, president of CES. “They were very professional, kept us in the loop throughout the whole process and secured the proper safety measures, equipment and provisions necessary for the installation. We’ve worked with a lot of contractors over the years and Icon Solar definitely stands out as one of the best. They knew what they were doing and that made us feel very comfortable and confident throughout the entire process.”

About Icon Solar

Icon Solar is a trusted source for solar panel installation whose certified, in-depth technical experts focus exclusively on solar panel installation. In addition to full-circle service and turnkey solar solutions for commercial and residential customers, Icon Solar also provides clients with customized education on the financial and environmental benefits of solar energy. Icon Solar is headquartered in Milford, Ohio.

About CES

CES is an industry leader in freezing and cooling technology; the company’s equipment meets the high standards that customers in the food and pharmaceutical industries demand. From design and production facilities in Kortrijk (Belgium) and Cincinnati (USA), CES has installed more than 1,500 freezing and cooling systems worldwide. For more information visit