2.76 KW Solon array with SMA Sunnyboy 3000 watt inverter.
This is Jeff and Jill Jones’ second solar home, their previous home in California was also equipped with solar modules. Their current home overlooking Discovery Bay has an array which consists of Sharp 203 watt polycrystalline modules and a Power One 4.2 KW inverter. The system is designed to be expanded in the future.
4.6 KW solar array paired with a PV powered 4800 watt inverter. Both the solar modules and the inverter were manufactured in Oregon and provide a great dollar per watt value and are made in the Northwest.
4.095 KW solar array equipped with 21 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules and a 4.2 KW Silicon Energy inverter. The solar modules and the inverter qualify as made in WA equipment.
When Mike and Pam Coffeen relocated from Alaska they wanted to grow their own food and generate their own electricity. The electricity is provided by a 6.44 KW solar array equipped with Sharp 230 watt solar modules and a 7 KW Sunnyboy inverter. The chickens seem to approve.
4.1 KW Silicon Energy array on a 4.2 KW Silicon Energy inverter. You have to look hard to see the solar array on this new townhouse-style home on a smallish city lot. This example shows how solar power can be integrated seamlessly into new development.
This Port Townsend home took advantage of the Solarize Port Townsend program to install a 3.9 KW Silicon Energy (made in WA) solar array equipped with a 4.2 KW inverter. The Solarize group purchasing program resulted in significant savings for the home owners.
9.36 KW Sharp grid-tied PV system with two Power One 5 KW inverters. The solar array is mounted on a shop building and also powers the Hill’s new residence. Installed as part of the Solarize Sequim program that earned the Hill’s an extra $500/KW rebate and a free EV car charging station.
Jack and Elizabeth’s uptown home has many small, sunny roofs. The Becker’s 3.3 KW solar array uses Sanyo 220 watt solar modules equipped with Enphase microinverters allowing each small roof to be used to its maximum solar potential.
Cindy and Paul’s new shop/ADU is equipped with a 4.8 KW Sharp PV array. The system is located on both the east and west roofs.