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  • 1. ÉSLCHS Solar Electric System
    • 5760 Watt grid-tied solar electric system
      • 32 x 180 Watt Canadian Solar modules
        • 12 modules at entrance to school
        • 20 modules in central area of school
      • 32 x Enphase M190 208VAC micro inverters
    • Enphase Enlighten per-module monitoring
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    • One inverter per module instead of one inverter per array of modules
    • Advantages
      • Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) per module maximizes output of system and limits effects of shading
      • Cost is less for smaller systems
      • Monitoring system
      • Allows for modular systems - Start small and add later!
      • 15 year warranty (Standard for string inverters is 10)
    • Disadvantages
      • Higher cost for larger systems
      • Demand is high
      • Newer product; not as proven
  • 4. System 1: Front Entrance
    • 2160 Watt grid-tied solar electric system
      • 12 x 180 Watt Canadian Solar modules
        • Modules at front entrance of school
      • 12 x Enphase M190 208VAC micro inverters
    • Enphase Enlighten per-module monitoring
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  • 7. System 2: North Array
    • 3600 Watt grid-tied solar electric system
      • 20 x 180 Watt Canadian Solar modules
        • Modules in central area of school
      • 20 x Enphase M190 208VAC micro inverters
    • Enphase Enlighten per-module monitoring
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  • 10. Lacombe Composite Eco-Vision Project
    • Our Mission:
    • The purpose of Eco-Vision is to lower the impact of our school’s carbon footprint by making it a more ecologically friendly environment. Ultimately, we hope our actions will not only effect but also inspire our community to follow suit.
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  • 18. Special Thanks to the Sponsors:
    • BP Energy A+ - $10,000
    • Eco Canada Video Contest - $2000
    • MEGlobal - over $5000
    • 770397 Alberta Ltd - $5000
    • Shell Environment Fund - $5000
    • DOW Chemical - over $5000
    • ATCO Gas - over $5000
    • Lacombe Students Council - over $2500
    • 4M Ventures - $500
    • Mrs. Johnson - $350
    • LA Carpet & Tile - $250
    • The Nursery Golf & Country Club  - $250
    • H&R Block - $200
    • S. Schultz - $100
    • Cathy McDonnell - $100