Tracking the Progress of the Murray and Murray Solar Panels Power Generation in Real Time

February 25, 2014

Tracking the Progress of the Murray and Murray Solar Panels Power Generation in Real Time

Through the web-based SolrenView Monitoring system, anyone can see up-to-the-moment results of the Murray and Murray solar power system. Click on the link below to see the results:

This past fall, the firm installed this solar power system on the roof of its Sandusky office building, expected to cover about 30 percent of the building’s power needs.  “It is the largest solar array in Erie County,” said attorney Dennis Murray Jr., of the 123.5-kilowatt system.

The system includes 494 solar panels and generates 250 watts. All of the components have ARRA ratings and are almost entirely made in America.  The system will cover about 30 percent of the power needs for the building.  This figure might have been 15 percent a few years ago, but the law firm has relentlessly cut its power consumption.  The attorneys’ areas and the common spaces largely use low-power LED lights, along with equipment changes to lower power demand.  The solar array will cover about 15,000 square feet of the building’s roof.  The solar power system was installed by Edison Solar and Wind of Milan, using panels made by the Sharp Electronics plant in Memphis, Tennessee.  It is estimated that the system’s output will allow the firm to break even in a little over five years, representing a 16 percent return on their investment.

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