In November 2010, the Kerrville Public Utility Board (KPUB) installed a demonstration solar array at our offices located at 2250 Memorial Blvd. A solar array is a grouping of solar panels that capture and transform the energy from the sunlight into electricity. This particular model operates as a 2,160 watt (2.16 kW) system.
For maximum visibility and demonstration purposes, KPUB opted for a pole mounted system, as opposed to a roof mounted system. The array consists of 12 Schuco 180 watt modules and 12 Enphase Microinverters that convert each modules direct current (DC) voltage to the buildings alternating current (AC) voltage. Some systems utilize a single inverter for several modules.
Click here to view output of our array. It is a real-time view of the output and has historical data available for viewing.