Nelson Solar Panel Installation

by on June 22, 2016 in Civic Opportunity, Home Page
solarpanelsThe time has come to install 34 solar panels on the Nelson Library South roof. The equipment is in and the weather is cooperating to begin installation this Friday, June 24. The weather should be perfect, but in case of rain, installation will begin Monday, June 27. Feel free to stop by anytime Friday or the following Monday to watch the progress. If you’re inclined to get involved with the installation, arrive at 9 AM Friday and Greg Blake, owner of South Pack Solar, will demonstrate how we, the system owners and Nelson residents, can mount Enphase microinverters onto the back side of each solar panel to prepare them for installation. We don’t need to bring any tools and we won’t be crawling around the library roof. We’ll do our magic on tables on the library lawn.
In case you missed our March Town Meeting, this solar photovoltaic system will provide about 12,300 kWh of electricity every year, and that is about 76% of both the Town Hall and library electricity needs. Over the system’s warranted 25-year life, it’s been calculated that we will produce total savings of $71,200.

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