EvoEnergy Installs Solar PV at the University of Cambridge

EvoEnergy was commissioned by the University of Cambridge to design and install a 4.64 kWp system consisting of 16 bespoke 290 Wp mono-crystalline panels, installed on 4 custom fabricated solar ‘tree’ frames. The system has a predicted yearly output of 3,868 kWh/year, saving 2,197 kgCO2/year.

The project was the result of an open tender which EvoEnergy won due to their innovative and creative system design. The brief for the project was to design a system that was innovative, attractive and vandalism resistant. The system was sized to offset 10% of the University Library’s CO2 emissions (1767 kgCO2 per year).

The system was up and running on the 22nd of March, and in the first 12 weeks of operation, it has generated 1622 kWh of electricity. This amounts to a Feed in Tariff payment of £694, on top of a reduction in electricity costs.

A case study will be online shortly.

EvoEnergy was commissioned by the University of Cambridge to design and install a 4.64 kWp system consisting of 16 bespoke 290 Wp mono-crystalline panels, installed on 4 custom fabricated solar ‘tree’ frames. The system has a predicted yearly output of 3,868 kWh/year, saving 2,197 kgCO2/year.

The project was the result of an open tender which EvoEnergy won due to their innovative and creative system design. The brief for the project was to design a system that was innovative, attractive and vandalism resistant. The system was sized to offset 10% of the University Library’s CO2 emissions (1767 kgCO2 per year).

The system was up and running on the 22nd of March, and in the first 12 weeks of operation, it has generated 1622 kWh of electricity. This amounts to a Feed in Tariff payment of £694, on top of a reduction in electricity costs.

A case study will be online shortly.