Even a flat roof can be used to produce clean solar energy, as seen in this photo. The tilted array consists of 17 Silicon Energy 200 watt modules and a 2.84 KW Silicon Energy inverter.
This home has an array comprised of 40 Silicon Energy 200 watt modules and 2 Silicon Energy 5.3 KW inverters.
This commercial building has 22 Silicon Energy 200 watt modules on 2 roof planes, with two Silicon Energy 3.84 KW inverters.
This residence has two separate arrays; 6 KW on the house (30 Silicon Energy 200 watt modules and two SiE 3480 inverters) and 3.4 KW on their garden shed (17 Silicon Energy modules and one SiE 3480 inverter) for a total of 9.4 KW.
This home has two separate arrays on the roof, 19 SunPower 327 watt modules with a SunPower 6 KW inverter and 12 Silicon Energy 200 watt modules with a SIE 3840 inverter, for a total of 8.6 KW.
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 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.
Silicon Energy 195 modules feed into two SiE 5.3 inverters to produce 5.07 KW of power.
This new home was designed for solar power. This perfect solar roof is fitted with 20 Silicon Energy (made in WA) 170 watt solar modules feeding power to a Fronius IG 4000 watt inverter.
This 4.76 KW array of Silicon Energy 175 watt modules is located on a detached garage and feeds power to a PV Powered 5200 watt inverter. Silicon Energy modules are unique in that they are glass-on-glass modules with integrated rails and are made in Washington.