Larson Residence

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The Larson Family had a goal of offsetting as much of their electrical usage with solar as possible, and we were happy to help make that goal a reality with this new 14.64 kW array. We took advantage of all of the eligible roof space by splitting the array into three sections on the east, south, and west-facing aspects. Even though east and west-facing arrays can be up to 20% less efficient than south-facing arrays, the combined output of the three independent solar module groups will produce over 100% of their current annual electricity use. This will allow the Larson family significant savings on utilities over the long run, and will avoid the carbon emissions equivalent to 334,600 lbs of coal being burned!
Larson Residence

Residential

2018
Bozeman, MT
East-facing array
East-facing array
Larson Residence

Residential

2018
Bozeman, MT
INSTALLED2018
POWER14.64 kW
PRODUCTIONEstimated 17,445 kWh/year
PANELSHanwha QCells Q.PEAK-G4.1 305-watt modules (48)
INVERTERSMA Sunny Boy 7.0 (2)
MOUNTSnapNrack Series 100 Universal

Client Profile

The Larson Family had a goal of offsetting as much of their electrical usage with solar as possible, and we were happy to help make that goal a reality with this new 14.64 kW array. We took advantage of all of the eligible roof space by splitting the array into three sections on the east, south, and west-facing aspects. Even though east and west-facing arrays can be up to 20% less efficient than south-facing arrays, the combined output of the three independent solar module groups will produce over 100% of their current annual electricity use. This will allow the Larson family significant savings on utilities over the long run, and will avoid the carbon emissions equivalent to 334,600 lbs of coal being burned!
Birds-eye view of entire layout
Birds-eye view of entire layout
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