Off the Grid Organic Winery is a family owned 5th generation winery located at 3623 Glencoe Rd, West Kelowna, BC V4T 1L8. Off the Grid Organic Winery features a straw bale building, solar power, and goats living on the grass roof. Picnic area, yoga and events are also offered. Month: June Location: West Kelowna Roof […]
This Grid-Tie Solar Power System installation was completed in 2 phases starting in 2016 and expanded in 2017. Month: Location: Lumby BC Roof type: Asphalt Shingle System Specifications: 10kW inverter Grid-Tie System with 45 Solar Panels System Purpose: Utility Reduction Will Grid-Tie Solar work for you? Click here to learn more.
This Off-Grid Solar Power System required 8 premium Kyocera solar panels and a MagnaSine 4400 watt inverter Click on any image to enlarge.
This Off Grid Solar Power System required 24 pole mounted solar panels with a MagnaSine 4400 watt inverter Click on any image to enlarge.
This Grid-Tie Solar Power System required 20, 250 watt Solar Panels with a 10 kilowatt Solar Edge Inverter Click any image to enlarge.
This Grid-tie Solar Power system required 40 Solar Panels with a Fronius 10 kilowatt inverter Click on any image to enlarge.
Large Home Residential Grid-Tie Solar Power System required 45 Solar Panels with a 10 kilowatt Solar Edge Inverter Year: 2016 Location: Vernon BC Roof type: Asphalt Shingle System Specifications: 10kW Solar Edge Inverter with 45 Solar Panels System Purpose: Utility Reduction Click to learn more about our Solar Edge Grid-Tie Systems
This Grid-Tie Solar Power System installation required 18 solar panels and a 10 kilowatt inverter Click on any image to enlarge.
This Grid-Tie Solar Power System installation required 60, 250 watt Canadian Solar panels and 2 Solar Edge 7.6 kilowatt Inverters (30 panels per inverter) Click on any image to enlarge.
In 2008 we installed a Grid Tie System on the arena for the Village of Nakusp in BC. The system included a Xantrex 9 kW inverter and 36 x 175 watt solar panels. As Nakusp is the emergency response center for the area and cannot be without power, the system also included a battery bank […]
From mountain top to mountain top, we have helped install repeater sites. The views have been absolutely breathtaking! Click on any image to enlarge.
We traveled to the northwest tip of Calvert Island to the Hakai Beach Institute. After consulting with SMA America and Jason from Hakai Energy Solutions Inc, we designed and installed a 26.4 kW solar array and a 45 kW 3 phase inverter system. This is a mini grid system which is fully expandable to allow […]
Off Grid System at Beaver Lake Lodge The 20 kW solar array that we installed at Beaver Lake Lodge has drastically cut their generator run time, which in turn has resulted in a huge reduction in diesel fuel consumption. The generator had been running 24/7 and now with the addition of the solar array, it […]
The inverter system at Cathedral Lake Lodge was one of the first OutBack 3 phase systems to be installed in Canada. Click on any image to see full-size.
This was a very unique installation. With the lodge being high in the Selkirk Mountains, the only access we had was by helicopter. Many trips were made before all our equipment was deposited on site. The power system that we installed provides the lodge with clean, quiet energy.
Year: 2015 – 2019Location: Keefer Lake, BCMount Type: Top of Pole MountsSystem Specifications: Outback 8kW Radian Inverters x 4, 16,960W Array with 64 x 265W Kyocera Panels, & a 48V Lithium Battery Bank System Purpose: Off-Grid Power Supply
Prime Habitat’s passive house design in Kelowna. IPS and the local roofing contractor developed a special mounting system for flat torch-on roofing
Month: July Location: Kelowna Roof type: Metal Roof System Specifications: xxxxkW Grid-Tie. X number of Solar Panels System Purpose: net zero Is your roof suitable for a solar panels? Click to Learn More.
Month: December Location: Kelowna Roof type: Asphalt Shingle System Specifications: System Purpose: Utility Reduction Want to know more about saving money with residential grid-tie? Click here.