Sydney University Abercrombie Precinct – 110kW
The Abercrombie Precinct project marks the single largest construction at the University of Sydney since the 1960’s and includes four […]LEARN MORE
Solgen Energy won the Solar Power Project tender to supply and install of up to 100kWp grid connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems at each of the TAFE NSW site campuses at Meadowbank and Ryde.
The Northern Sydney Institute, part of TAFE NSW has a leading environment strategy to reduce its carbon emissions through a range of green initiatives. NSI has been awarded several times for its outstanding environmental achievements and leadership by the NSW Office of Environmental and Heritage. Solgen Energy developed and installed a tailored solution to optimise the solar system power output enabling NSI to further enhance their green credentials.
|Client:||The Northern Sydney Institute, part of TAFE NSW|
|Date Completed:||August 2013|
|Solar system peak capacity:||99.75kWp|
|Module:||399 x Yingli Poly 250W|
|Inverter:||4 x SMA Sunny Tripower 2000TLEE, and 1 x SMA Sunny Tripower 8000TL|
|Green savings:||126.8 tonnes of emissions per annum|
|Solar electricity generated:||149.1MWh per annum|
The TAFE Solar Power System Project had several specific design and installation requirements. Solgen Energy was able to successfully project manage, design and install the Solar power system that met all the client and site requirements. Some of the key challenges were:
Solgen Energy project managed the entire system installation, from initial concept design through to system commissioning and handover. Solgen Energy worked closely with the Distribution Network Service Provider (DNSP) to obtain all the required approvals and with our client to ensure that the project met their needs and was successfully delivered on schedule.
Solgen Energy’s Clean Energy Council (CEC) Accredited engineers designed a specialised Solar Power System to deliver the maximum power output. Solgen Energy installed a web based monitoring device built into the system to provide TAFE staff with the ability to access real time solar energy generation data
The hardware components chosen for the TAFE Solar System Project were premium high efficiency products from the world’s leading solar manufacturers. The components used include:
The TAFE Solar System Project demonstrates NSI’s ongoing commitment to Green initiatives. The new Solar power system simultaneously provided NSI with immediate financial benefits and a sustainable long term carbon reduction providing a positive benefit to the environment.
The major benefits of the TAFE Solar Installation at the Ryde campus include: