It was built using 168 Evergreen Solar, Inc. 115 watt photovoltaic modules arranged in seven sections - each with 24 modules. The modules were flush mounted on the standing seam metal roof using S!5 clamps and Unirac aluminum rails.
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This is a portion of the 67,680 watt solar system Dovetail installed at the Evening Street Elementary School in Worthington, OH. It consists of 288 Sharp 235 watt mono-crystalline modules and a PVP75K inverter. This system was acquired via a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) arranged by Dovetail partner SolarVision LLC.
This 131,040 watt solar system is located on the Newcomerstown High School roofs. It is owned and operated by SolarVision LLC under a Power Purchase Agreement with the school district. It is comprised of 546 Sharp 240 watt modules . The modules are ballast mounted using Dovetail's Quick-Clamp racking. The system has 2 Solectria 60 kW 3 phase inverters.
This 15.7 kW solar system is located on the Commons area white membrane roof at Orange High School in Pepper Pike, OH. It was constructed using 70 Sharp 224 watt modules, UniRac ballasted mount racking, and a Solectria 15 kW inverter.
This 76,440 Watts ground mount solar PV system is located at Beightler Armory on the Northwest side of Columbus, OH. It was constructed using 325 Sharp 235 watt modules and uses a PV Powered 75 kW inverter.
This 10 kW solar system is located at the Ohio University Composting Center near Athens, OH. It provides a large percentage of the electricity to operate the Center. It was built using 59 Sharp 170 watt modules. The south roof holds 32 modules for 5,440 watts, with the balance of modules installed on three pole mounted subarrays. The system utilizes two PV Powered 4600 inverters.