Sun Power for Schools
Jarret Middle School
On November 29, 2006, Jarrett Middle School became the twenty-third school (eleventh on Oahu) to receive a photovoltaic (PV) system. The 2-kW grid-connected PV system consists of ten PV modules installed on the covered walkway between Building C and the Library and balance-of-system (BOS) equipment, which includes the inverter, disconnects, transformer, data acquisition system and other equipment, installed in a secured electrical room on the second floor of Building C. The SunPower modules used at the school have a rated output of 200 watts each and one of the highest module efficiencies (16.1%) available.
- Ten (10) SunPower SPR-200-BLK PV modules
- One (1) SunPower SPR-2000 inverter
- AC and DC disconnects
- Schott Solar SunTrack "Local" data acquisition system