North Carolina Propane & Gas Association chose Baker Renewable Energy to install a 5.76 kW Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) for their Raleigh location. Baker was chosen for this project given previous experience with thin film technology as well as this kind of industry leading integration techniques. This system consist of (40) Uni-Solar 144 watt laminates, and an SMA string inverter. This high performance system will produce enough energy during its lifetime to power 19 homes for one year.
In addition to the PV system, Baker also installed a Solar Thermal (hot water) system for NCPGA demonstrating the flexibility of solar; this system is preheats for an instantaneous water heater. This system is an outstanding example of energy conservation methods and technology merged for the education of the public.
- Client North Carolina Propane & Gas Association
- Date May 26, 2016
- Tags Business Projects, Commercial Projects