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Generating maximum power on a small rooftop

  • Solar

In 2023, our in-house design and engineering team was presented with a challenge regarding this home in London, Ontario, with limited rooftop space. Continue reading below.

Generating maximum power on a small rooftop
Generating maximum power on a small rooftop
Generating maximum power on a small rooftop
9,800

Kilowatt hours (kWh)

Estimated first-year power production of the 24-panel solar array.

73%

Annual energy off-set

Portion of the customer’s annual electricity consumption that their new solar energy system will power.

66

High-efficiency cells

Each state-of-the-art panel installed by our team on this project includes 66 high-efficiency cells – the individual photovoltaic elements connected to form a panel.

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When designing a solar energy system, we always aim to ensure the design delivers enough power to satisfy our customers’ energy needs in the most cost-effective way.

After investigating several possible approaches, we settled on a unique-to-this-home design featuring solar panels in two locations: on the rooftop and at the back of the home. Collectively, these two locations work together to maximize the system’s output.

This design system required using 370-watt and 410-watt Silfab panels, which our specialized team safely merged into one harmonious system of 24 total solar panels. The new system now provides enough power to cover the majority of our customer’s annual consumption.

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