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Carport

A roofed automobile shelter adjoining a house and open on two or more sides.

carport

A covered automobile shelter associated with a separate dwelling. It has one or more sides open to the weather.
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The Solar Carports and other such projects under Shams Dubai highlight Dewa's commitment to provide ease for all stakeholders, and encourage government buildings to use clean energy and transform them into sustainable buildings.
The solar carport will be used to recharge electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
The city has given residents found to have illegal carports three options: remove the carport, move it to another part of their property, or reduce its footprint to meet the setback requirement.
In addition to these important tips in buying metal carports, the website also features reviews of the most popular metal carport manufacturers.
From an environmental standpoint solar carports also help with heat islanding.
Eldor was brought on board the expansive solar carport project by EDF Renewable Energy, formerly enXco, a leader in renewable energy.
Supported by web steel joists and joist girders, the steel carport structures will have solar photovoltaic power panels--composed of modules--installed on top.
today announced a strategic alliance with ENVISION Solar, a San Diego-based new business venture formed to develop and commercialize carport structures with integrated photovoltaic arrays for U.
The sun is baking down and the children need some shade to take the heat off them as they play outside - so now is the time you need a carport.
Security is also an added bonus of having a carport, as once under cover your car will be less likely to be vandalised or stolen.
Many batteries are illegally disposed of in dumps and water sources, but many more are simply forgotten in someone's garage, carport, yard, storage unit or shed, where they could contaminate soil and ground water, explode in a fire or become a source of lead poisoning to people and pets.
Canopy carports (also known as "instant garages") come in a variety of styles, sizes, and prices.