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Blakes crossing christian College

99.56kW

Established in 2016, Blakes Crossing Christian College is a reception to grade 5 school located in South Australia. The college is part of the Christian Community Ministries, comprising of 12 schools and 6000+ students. After working closely with the client, a 99.56kW system was designed to meet specific performance ratios and maintain high utilisation of the solar energy produced. 

Over 250 panels have been installed on the school’s roof with 142,436kW produced on site per year. The installation has successfully met all of the technical specifications as required by the school. The client will benefit from energy cost savings of over $45K in the first year and will have a reduced carbon emissions of 95,258kg per year. 

Project Details

Location: Blakeview, SA

Panel: 263 x Canadian Solar KuMax 380W

Inverter: 3 x SMA STP20000 Tri

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