Solar power systems in Bremerton work extremely well. Power Trip Energy has installed many solar PV systems in Bremerton over the years. The Kitsap Peninsula averages approximately 3.5 hours of full sun per day. That is about 70% of the sun resources of southern California. Here are a few of our latest projects in the Bremerton area.
Brittell Residence, 1.96kW, Bremerton, 2018
For this solar installation, we needed to use a racking system to optimize the system’s performance. Although this is small system size, it will cover the annual usage of the garage on the property.
Residence, Phase II, 8.04kW, Keyport, 2018
We installed 24 SunPower 335 AC Modules for this client on their home office. This system will generate over 7,500 kWh on an annual basis.
Dutky Residence, Phase II , 3.35kW, Bremerton 2018
Power Trip added 3.35kW to their 5.94kW (Phase I)some additional capacity to this clients home to help them reach their full production vs consumption goal.
Baumgaertner Residence, 9.81 KW, Bremerton, 2016
Residence, 3.92 KW, Bremerton, 2015
The array on this home is comprised of 12 Solar World 327 watt modules and a Power One 4.6 KW inverter.
Dinkhun, 5.83 KW, Bremerton, 2013
This array is comprised of 22 SolarWorld 265 watt modules and a SunPower 6.0 inverter and uses both the south and west facing roof planes.
Neal Residence – Phase II, 2.16 KW, Bremerton, 2009
The Neal’s liked their 2.16 KW ground mounted PV array so much they decided to buy a second one. The second array (on the right) consists of 12 Evergreen 190 watt modules and a PV powered 2500 watt inverter. The total system size is 4.43 KW.
Koski Residence, 1.2 KW, Bremerton, 2009
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!
Michel Residence, 2.925 KW, Bremerton, 2009
2.925 KW array consisting of 15 Sanyo 195 watt modules and 15 Enphase microinverters.