Kevin Koski’s little 1.2 KW system performs big because Kevin is an ENERGY SUPERMAN! The 1200 KW hours of electricity this system will produce each year will cover 100% of his home’s annual electrical use. How? Conservation, conservation, conservation (and natural gas heat). Way to go Kevin!
5.46 KW array consisting of 28 Sanyo 195 watt modules and a SMA 6000 watt inverter. Note custom sunroom on the west side of the house.
2.87 KW fixed-pole mounted array consisting of 14 Evergreen 205 watt modules and a 3000 watt PV Powered inverter.
6.97 KW array consisting of Evergreen 205 watt modules and a SMA 7000 watt inverter.
7.38 KW array consisting of 36 Evergreen 205 watt modules and a SMA 7000 watt inverter.
34 KW of Evergreen 205 watt modules on 11 Sunnyboy 3000 inverters, each providing power to one of the 11 houses at this uniques housing site. The Lopez Community Land Trust is one of the most innovative and well-run organizations we have ever worked with and their projects are inspirational to us and hopefully lots of responsible developers. This project is providing a path to sustainable net zero-energy affordable housing. Please check them out at http://lopezclt.org/common-ground/ .
3.08 KW array consisting of 15 Evergreen 205 watt modules and a SMA 3000 watt grid tied inverter.
4.8 kw array consisting of 24 Sanyo 200 watt modules and a SMA 5000 watt inverter on a standing seam metal roof.
Len and Wanda added 4.51 KW of Evergreen 205 watt modules to their existing 4.32 KW system.