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Last Monday we joined the USC Solar Decathlon team to finish the solar power installation. We installed 34 Enphase Energy M215 microinverters and 34 Bosch 265 Watt solar modules. We got some pics and we wanted to share them with you.
The first challenge was to get the Bosch panels to the roof where the Enphase microinverters were waiting. One fork lift later and that problem was solved:
Once our panels were staged on the roof, we were ready to go:
The USC team benefited from kind donations of all of their solar equipment: modules from Bosch, racking from Unirac and the microinverters from Enphase. In this photo you can see all three, ready for final installation. Labor - from Run on Sun and other contractors - has also been donated, helping the Team make fluxHome a reality despite a tight budget.
Before actually installing a module, we always take time to test it:
Next up - finishing the rest of the house and full system testing before dis-assembly in preparation for the trip down to Irvine in October.
Nice job, Team USC - Fight On!
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