Solar PV system installed on First Congregational Church, UCC in Sheboygan

Posted on December 22, 2011. Filed under: Solar |


A news release issued by Arch Electric:

Arch Electric recently installed and commissioned a 19.32-kilowatt solar electric (PV) system for First Congregational Church, UCC in the City of Sheboygan.

The solar array consists of 84 solar modules and was installed on the roof of the church building with a custom-designed ballast rack system that required only 1 roof penetration into the building.

On an annual basis the Solar PV System will produce over 24,000 kilowatt hours of electricity and save the church more than $2,800.

The solar panel manufacturer has a facility in Georgia, the racking system was designed and manufactured in Southeast Wisconsin, and the NABCEP Certified installers from Arch Electric are local residents. Based in Plymouth, WI, Arch Electric is a leading designer and installer of renewable energy throughout the Midwest, having commissioned over 2-Megawatts of renewable energy on businesses, homes, churches, farms, YMCA’s and other organizations.

Arch Electric also installed a solar electric system at St. Nicholas Senior Apartments in Sheboygan.

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