Fabio – VELUX Skylights – Columbia, MO

Fabio initially contacted us to learn more about a solar electric system and was excited about the opportunity. Dogwood Solar completed a Solar Site Analysis at his home in Columbia, MO to see if solar was a good option. After modeling the impact of shade from his large oak trees, it turned out solar production would be impacted enough that he would rather wait and buy into a community solar project. While on his roof talking about what we found, he noticed his acrylic [plastic] skylight was showing signs of age and had a few hairline cracks. We talked about how Dogwood Solar replaces skylights, why we only use Velux Skylights and what it means to be a Velux 5-Star installer. After presenting him with a proposal, he chose to hire Dogwood Solar to replace his skylight.

Dave L – Solar Electric – Columbia, MO

 

Dave was interested in using part of a field to harvest another type of crop, electricity! We installed the solar panels for this installation just outside of Columbia, MO. Utilizing the existing electric service to the barn helped in keeping the cost low. An added benefit of ground mount solar installation is the space underneath. Dave plans to use it for shade for a picnic table as well as store firewood and his lawn tractor.

System details:
Array Capacity: 8.48 kWdc
Modules: Suniva Optimus 265[Made in USA] Inverters: Enphase M215
Date Monitoring: Enphase Enlighten
Array: 32 modules, 8.48 kWdc 180 (degree)azimuth, 35(degree) tilt

Paul C – Solar Electric – Columbia, MO

 

These pictures are from phase one of an install we did for Paul on his detached garage in the Old Southwest area of Columbia, MO. His garage had a south facing roof with limited shading from mature trees. Although this offset a significant portion of his electric use, he hired us again in 2015 to add an additional 1.1 kW to get him a Near Zero electric bill on an average annual basis.

System details:
Array Capacity: 3.5 kWdc + 1.1 kWdc
Modules: Sharp / Solar World [Made in USA] Inverters: Enphase M215/M250
Date Monitoring: Enphase Enlighten

Benton Elementary – Solar Electric – Columbia, MO

 

 

Working with their Partner in Education, UPS; Benton Elementary applied for and received a grant they used to add a solar electric system to the school. The panels are visible from an interior stairwell. The Enphase Enlighten portal allows the students to see near real-time data from the array and this information is used to help with the STEM program.

System details:
Array Capacity: 1.5 kWdc
Modules: Sharp [Made in USA] Inverters: Enphase M215
Data Monitoring: Enphase Enlighten

Denny & Nell – Solar Electric – Jefferson City,MO

We were thrilled to work with Denny & Nell installing their solar panels in Jefferson City, MO. Performance of the system was important to the owner as he had completed a lot of research and was well in tune with cutting edge technology and how it benefits him at home. Aesthetics were important for both the owner as well as their neighbors in this country club community. Dogwood Solar ensures the system is professionally installed, looks great, and our installation process does not inconvenience you or your neighbors. We’re ready to do the same for you.

 

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