5.64 KW grid tied solar array composed of 24 Sharp 235 watt all black modules feeding power to a Power One 6000 watt inverter.
The new Wattsun dual-axis tracker in front of the Power Trip Energy shop is equipped with 9 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules. This array and the existing 2.34 KW array over the front porch both feed power to a Silicon Energy 4.2 KW inverter.
The Derrenberger’s roof is adorned with 33 Silicon Energy 190 watt modules and 2 Silicon Energy 3.84 KW grid tied inverters.
This 4.68 KW array consists of 24 Silicon Energy glass-on-glass modules and one Silicon Energy 5.3 KW grid tied inverter. This roof utilizes the staggered array configuration to maximize otherwise unused roof space.
The Gniffke residence array consists of 24 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules and a Silicon Energy 5.3 KW grid tied inverter.
This array consists of 12 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules and one Silicon Energy 3.84 KW inverter. Both products are made in WA State and qualify for the full production incentive.
The Renk residence array consists of 32 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules and 2 Silicon Energy 3840 watt inverters. Their system utilizes both the upper and lower standing seam metal roofs.
This solar array consists of 20 SunPower 230 watt modules and one SunPower 5 KW inverter. The modules are mounted onto the shop roof which is standing seam metal.
The east roof of this home features the additional 10 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules added to the 14 existing modules on the south roof. The 4.2 KW inverter (4680 watt max output) is able to accept power from the two separate solar arrays. The total array size is 4.61 KW.
John & Laura’s new 5.07 KW grid tied solar array is composed of 24 Silicon Energy 195 watt modules feeding power to a Silicon Energy 5300 watt inverter. This installation utilized mounts and flashings compatible with their concrete tile roof.