Sun Power for Schools
Kawananakoa Middle School
On July 20, 2010 Kawananakoa Middle School became the thirty-second school (sixteenth on Oahu) to receive a photovoltaic (PV) system. The 2-kW grid-connected PV system consists of ten PV modules installed on the roof of the cafeteria (Building D) and balance-of-system (BOS) equipment, which includes the microinverters, disconnects, Data Acquisition System (DAS) and other equipment, installed in the utility room of the cafeteria. The (10 ea) Sanyo modules used at the school have a rated output of approximately 205 watts each and one of the highest module efficiencies (16.3%) available.
- (10) Sanyo HIT Power 205 PV modules
- (10) Enphase M210 Microinverters
- AC utility disconnect
- Enphase Envoy Communications Gateway
- HNEI custom-built data acquisition system
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