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SZNA Indiana Army National Guard HQ Camp Atterbury

Solar Hot Water Heating System

Edinburgh, IN

monthSummary summary
1 Therm = 100,000 BTU = 29.3 kWh
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First PV Data Point 10-30-2015
First Thermal Data Point 10-30-2015

SZNA Nat. Guard DL2

Installed by SolarZentrum North America, Inc. Osgood, IN 47037

Plumbing Installed by Mann Plumbing, Inc. Bloomington, IN 47407

First PV Data Point 11-06-2015
First Thermal Data Point 11-06-2015

PV Data Provided By TIGO Energy, Los Gatos, California 95032

Monitoring System Software for Combined PV/Thermal Data provided by Solar Wave Energy, Inc. Cambridge, MA 02140


Designed and Commissioned by "SolarZentrum North America, Inc."

Commercial Roof Mount System including Combined Heat and Power (CHP) PV-Therm Modules to provide maximum electrical and thermal energy from one single entity.

Site contains:

  • 44 Combined Heat and Power (CHP) PV-Therm Modules provided by SolarZentrum North America, Inc - (www.szna-usa.com)
  • 1 Monitoring and Remote Control System provided by Solar Wave Energy, Inc. - (www.solarwave.com)
  • 90 gal Bio-Degradable Solar Glycol XT made from sustainable, bio-based raw material provided by Dynalene - (www.dynalene.com)
  • 132 Aerocel® EPDM weather resistant sheets to insulate the back of the PV-Therm Modules increasing the thermal energy output provided by Aeroflex USA (www.aeroflexusa.com/epdm)
  • 2 Diehl 4301S-A Inverters provided by Solarzentrum North America, Inc – (www.szna-usa.com)
  • 3 Stiebel Eltron Storage Tank with a total capacity of 357 gallon – (http://www.stiebel-eltron-usa.com)
  • 22 Tigo Energy Maximizer and 1 MMU including 2 Gateway – (www.tigoenergy.com)
  • Rated Power Output: 40.3 kW
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Widget summary
Widget summary
(Please wait, loading time controller.)
To change time, click and drag scroll bar at bottom of schematic. The selected time can be seen on the clock.

Hold mouse over sensor to view sensor names.

Select a day or week from calendar. This will show the average of dates selected. (ex. Tank Sensor average at 1:00pm for 1 week)

Color of sensor bubble changes as the sensor value changes. Blue indicates a low value, and red indicates a high value.

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First PV Data Point 10-30-2015
First Thermal Data Point 10-30-2015

Cost of electricity: 12 cents per kWh