This detached garage was able to hold (14) SunPower 335 AC Modules while the remaining (15) modules were installed on the south facing roof of the home.
This client realized that they system they installed in 2006 was not meeting all of their energy needs. We were able to reconfigure the array to put the new (12) SunPower 335 AC Modules in the most ideal location for solar production.
This home in Port Townsend has a standing seam metal roof and we were able to accomplish installing (12) SunPower 345 AC Modules. Since this is a small home with an alternative heat source, they are able to make 80% of their annual consumption with this system.
This home on the bluff in Port Angeles was able to hold (32) SunPower 335 Modules. They have 2 Inverters that are equipped with a “Secure Power Supply” so that they have use of a 110V outlet durring a daytime outage.
This couple in Port Townsend installed (24) SunPower 335 AC Modules. This system will provide them with almost 90% of their annual usage.
This home in Port Angeles took advantage of the West facing roof and filled it with (24) SunPower 335 AC Modules to produce 85% of the annual usage of the home.
We love the fall colors in this photo! This home was able to hold (30) SunPower 327 AC Modules.
This 2 story home in Port Orchard was able to fill their south roof with (24) SunPower 335 AC Modules. This system is able to produce about 50% of their annual usage. With continued conservation plans, we could see this number increase.
This home in Port Townsend wanted to make sure that they used as much south facing roof as possible to accommodate the (29) SunPower 335 AC Modules. This leaves them roof for expansion should they get an electric vehicle in the future.
Working around skylights on the roof is no challenge for our installers. This home was able to accomodate (24) SunPower 335 AC Modules and a 22kW Generac Generator for emergency backup power.