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“I am pleased that North Sydney Council have continued to invest every year in Sustainability projects such as Solar PV systems at many Council sites. This will reduce our environmental footprint and create a better environment for our future generation.”
– Albert Lo, Property Asset Manager, North Sydney Council
The Solgen Energy group was selected to deliver the 30.24kW Solar Power Project at North Sydney Stanton Library operated by North Sydney Council. Solar Panels were installed on the roof of the library building and were secured through Solar Panel Mounting Rails and Solar Panel Roof Mounting Brackets to the main roof structure.
North Sydney Council has aspirational environmental strategy to reduce its carbon emissions through a range of green initiatives. Solgen Energy partnered with North Sydney Council to develop and install a tailored solution to optimise the power output and significantly reduce their carbon footprint.
|Client:||North Sydney Council|
|Location:||Stanton Library, North Sydney|
|Date completed:||June 2013|
|Solar system peak capacity:||30.24kW|
|Panel:||126 x Schott Poly 240W|
|Inverter:||SMA Tripower Inverters|
|Green savings:||32.16 tonnes of emissions per annum|
|Solar electricity generated:||36.13MWh per annum|
This Government Solar Power Project presented a number of unique challenges, for which Solgen Energy was able to develop an innovative design and construction methodology. Some of the key challenges have been:
The Solgen Energy Engineers are Clean Energy Council (CEC) Accredited and ensure that the design is optimised to ensure that the solar power system produces the maximum amount of power from the sun.
The Solgen Project Management team, lead by the operations manager, worked closely with our clients to ensure that the project met their needs and was successfully delivered on schedule. Solgen Energy also managed all the required approvals required by Distribution Network Service Provider (DNSP).
The components chosen for this Government Solar System Project were key to its successful implementation. High efficiency products from leading manufacturers were selected to provide the hardware solution. The components used include:
The installation of the solar system at the library building is one example of North Sydney Council’s commitment to protect the environment.
Major benefits of the Government Solar Installation at Stanton Library include: