What Does The Installation of 200kW of Solar Panels Look Like?

28 Feb

In addition to providing solar power to the University of Texas at Austin campus, this Webber Energy Group solar project installation will transmit real-time status and performance information for use by students and researchers.

Time lapse footage of Meridian Solar‘s installation of approximately 200 kW of solar panels on the university’s Facility Complex. This solar project incorporates state-of-the-art solar panels from Solar World and Ideal Power Converters inverter technology. Video by the lovely and talented Griffin Gardner.

One Response to “What Does The Installation of 200kW of Solar Panels Look Like?”

  1. Florentino Lynam April 13, 2013 at 10:50 am #

    If you want to make your own solar power to capture the energy for heating its easy to do if you can find a solar collector, which is anything that attracts the heat from the sun in a concentrated amount, such as glass or clear plastic. Getting into your car that has sat out in the hot sun all day long can be extremely hot and you have to roll down your windows to cool it off inside. That is because the glass has attracted the sun and the objects in your car, including your seats, have trapped the heat not allowing it to escape. When you roll your windows down you are allowing the heat to escape causing your car to cool down. The same thing is true about greenhouses. The glass or clear plastic can attract the sun and not allow it to escape causing the greenhouse to maintain the heat for the plants to grow effectively.,

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