Thursday, August 09, 2007

Capital Village, Augusta, Maine, goes live

Capital Village, located in Augusta, Maine, is a 30-unit affordable housing project developed by Tim Gooch. Capital Village has installed an 8.16 kW DC Photovoltaic (PV) system capable of producing approximately 12,600 kilowatt hours of electricity per year. This translates to an estimated savings of 13,237 pounds of carbon dioxide.

The Capital Village PV system makes use of a Fat Spaniel monitoring device to capture and display the output from this system. This output is shown below:



A second even larger PV system located the the Maple Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast Inn. I will post a link to the output of this system once it is up and running.

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