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  1. Rick Lander
    June 2, 2014 - 1:18 pm

    Dear Power Lines Editor:
    SCL’s Power Lines, 6/2/14, post regarding the “State’s biggest CSP coming to Phinney Ridge” requires a correction and a new goal. Since March 2011, Poulsbo Middle School, not BI City Hall, has been the largest CSP at 74.1 kW. (See case study below.) In 2011 we also developed a 50kW CSP at Kingston High School. Both systems YTD output is >400,000 kWh.

    https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#search/PMS+monitor/140133025f15c47a?
    projector=1

    Let us know if you need additional information.

    Sincerely, Rick Lander – Owner, Washington Solar Incentives, LLC

  2. thomses
    June 2, 2014 - 1:39 pm

    Rick,
    Thank you for your note. The most recent coverage of the Poulsbo project indicated that it produces about 72,000 kwh of electricity each year. The Community Solar at Phinney Ridge project is expected to produce more than 75,0000 kwh per year. The exact size and capacity of the panels won’t be final until we have responses to the requests for proposals, but you’ve set the bar at 74.1. We have updated our post to reflect that.

  3. Rick Lander
    June 2, 2014 - 3:47 pm

    Looks like we have set all bars. Installed with made in WA Silicon-Energy solar equipment, the Poulsbo project has consistently averaged over 75,000 kWhs per year. The Poulsbo installation is relativity flat, however. The Rain Forest Pavilion has a much greater pitch so your investors should enjoy better production when using an equal or better system.

    Looks like a great project. Best of luck!
    Rick

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