Livingston Water Reclamation Facility

Projects

Client Profile

This 40 kW ground mount array at the Livingston Water Reclamation Facility was installed on top of a new concrete pad that had been poured over the decommissioned treatment ponds to the south of facility. We utilized APA Solar Racking Ready Rack Kit with a Geoballast foundation that can be installed quickly and efficiently without having to drill into the concrete. The Geoballast option is cost effective and also allows the for the array to be relocated in the future. 

The long term plan for the newly upgraded facility is to offset as much usage as possible with this 40 kW array, and then monitor both cumulative energy consumption (kWh) and interval demand load data (kW) for a period of 1-year to assess the viability of expanding the array into a non-export (behind the meter) format in the future.
Livingston Water Reclamation Facility

Commercial

2020
Livingston, MT
Array installed over decommissioned treatment ponds
Array installed over decommissioned treatment ponds
Livingston Water Reclamation Facility

Commercial

2020
Livingston, MT
INSTALLED2020
POWER40 kW
PRODUCTIONEstimated 54,147 kWh/year
PANELSQ.PEAK L0G4 370-watt 72 Cell Modules (108)
INVERTERSMA Sunny Tripower Core1 33kW
MOUNTAPA Solar Racking Geoballast Ready Rack Kit
WARRANTY25 Year Power Output Warranty, 12 Year Manufacturer Warranty

Client Profile

This 40 kW ground mount array at the Livingston Water Reclamation Facility was installed on top of a new concrete pad that had been poured over the decommissioned treatment ponds to the south of facility. We utilized APA Solar Racking Ready Rack Kit with a Geoballast foundation that can be installed quickly and efficiently without having to drill into the concrete. The Geoballast option is cost effective and also allows the for the array to be relocated in the future. 

The long term plan for the newly upgraded facility is to offset as much usage as possible with this 40 kW array, and then monitor both cumulative energy consumption (kWh) and interval demand load data (kW) for a period of 1-year to assess the viability of expanding the array into a non-export (behind the meter) format in the future.
APA Geoballast Racking System
APA Geoballast Racking System
Website design by JTech Communications
© 2016 OnSite Energy, Inc.