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  1. Solar Ivy by: SMIT Project Coordinator: Tom Melburn
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  3. Installing Solar Ivy
  4. Suitable Locations <ul><li>Kennecott Building </li></ul>OSH Bookstore
  5. Project Details <ul><li>3.24 Kwh Peak </li></ul><ul><li>900-1,300 sq.ft coverage </li></ul><ul><li>Grid-tied Electricity for Building offset </li></ul>
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  7. Enphase Micro Inverters
  8. Utility Reductions <ul><li>Current Usage (Kennecott Bldg) </li></ul>*Based on Solar Calculator @ http://rredc.nrel.gov/solar/calculators 12 - 33,436.00 340 7317 11 - 24,058.00 464 10 - 26,427.00 655 9 - 40,429.00 712 8 - 45,187.00 765 7 - 2,519.00 740 6 - 82,606.00 693 5 - 36,702.00 752 4 - 33,413.00 643 3 - 30,886.00 629 2 - 28,368.00 506 Month (2010) Kwh Solar input* 1 - 26,813.00 419
  9. Energy Savings 3.24Kw *Based on Salt Lake City’s Solar Potential and average utility costs http://rredc.nrel.gov/solar/calculators 5Kw
  10. Compared to others Proposal from alternative Solar Company
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