Delton Kellogg High School PV

Delton Kellogg High School
Delton, MI 49046
LAT/LONG: 42.5019663, -85.4152767
Delton Kellogg High School Our Story

Delton Kellogg is proud of their native landscaping as part of a green commitment. They have maintained large areas of wetland, open water, deciduous forest, and successional fields. This area includes a nature trail that is used for students to learn about wetland ecology; with this and schoolyard ecology plots they use in science classes, they encourage their students to collaborate with other student scientists to do real scientific research. They hope that integration of both solar and wind energy projects in the school building will help allow for a greater green energy production.
Since monitoring began 11/24/2010, this system has generated 11585 kilowatt hours of clean energy.
Enough to offset...
lbs. of CO2 emissions, the main cause of global warming.
miles worth of CO2 emissions from the average American car.
Enough power for...
days of electricity usage in an average American house.
hours using a 13-watt energy-efficient CFL light bulb.

Installation Profile

Array Azimuth Array Tilt Capacity Commissioned
2.250 NOV 24
2010
180° 35° Kilowatts (DC) Nov 24, 2010

Hardware Assets

Module Type Module Wdc Quantity Total Capacity (KWdc)
Renewable Energy Corporation 225 225 10 2.250
Inverter Type Inverter Wac Quantity Total Capacity (KWac)
SMA America Sunny Boy 3000 3000 1 3.000

Project Team

Windemuller Electric: System Installer