3.7 KW grid tied system consisting of 205 watt Sanyo modules and a 4000 watt SMA inverter. Because of the hill and trees to the south, we installed the top row of this array above the ridge of the roof which is not a normal practice, but done at the request of the client, and effective in harvesting as much sunlight as possible.
4.18 KW system comprised of 22 Evergreen 190 watt modules and a SMA 4000 watt inverter.
KW Sanyo grid tied PV system with a 4000 watt SMA inverter installed on a new home.
Bob & Phyllis are excited because their 4 KW Sanyo array has their Puget Sound Energy meter “spinning backward” on a partly sunny August day. Twenty Sanyo 200 watt modules and a SMA 4000 watt inverter are installed on their home.
Carla and Brad are quite pleased with their new PV array, a 4.8 KW grid tied system composed of 24 Sanyo 200 watt modules and a SMA 5000 watt inverter. This system will cover 36% of their home’s electrical consumption and will offset approximately 93% of their annual electrical bill in year one with WA State’s 15 cent per KWH production incentive.
The Turner’s originally installed a 3.42 KW system on their home in 2006. Because solar PV systems are modular in nature, the Turners were able to install another 3 KW of Sanyo modules (for a total of 6.42 KW) on their roof this year. Each array has its own inverter to maximize system performance.