This grid tied ground mount array consists of 24 Silicon Energy 190 watt modules and a Silicon Energy 5300 watt inverter. It is mounted on concrete footings and posts for maximum strength, safety, and tilt angle.
This array is comprised of 22 Sharp 235 watt modules and a Power One 5 KW inverter. The array utilizes two different portions of the roof thereby maximizing the performance of roof space that would otherwise go unused.
This 5.07 KW array consists of 24 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules and a 5300 watt inverter. The array utilizes the south facing roof over the garage’s gable.
This 5.8 KW array consists of 25 Sharp 235 watt modules and a Power One 6000 watt inverter
This 5.64 KW array consists of 24 Sharp 235 watt modules and a Power One 6000 watt inverter. The modules are mounted on a concrete curved tile roof.
This 6.3 KW solar array consists of 28 Sanyo HIT 225 watt solar modules and 28 Enphase grid-tie microinverters that take the power from each module and turn it into AC.
6.72 KW ground mounted solar array composed of 28 Sharp 240 watt solar modules and a SMA 7000 watt inverter. Behind the solar array is the unique earth home owned by Richard and Carolyn.
4.8 KW Sharp array located on the south and east roofs of this home. The 20 Sharp 240
watt modules feed power to a Power One 4.2 KW inverter (max power output 4680 watts). This inverter can independently operate two solar arrays facing two different directions. This solar array also features flashings compatible with a cedar shake roof.
2.34 KW solar array consisting of 12 Silicon Energy solar modules and a 3 KW inverter. This solar array can be expanded by adding up to 4 more solar modules. Both the inverter and the modules were made in WA State.
The solar array installed on the Franson’s shop roof consists of 28 Sharp 240 watt modules and one SMA Sunnyboy 7 KW inverter. The modules are mounted on a metal roof.