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North Putnam Community Schools, Indiana

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) recognized the best photovoltaic projects in the Midwest at the PV Conference and Expo in Chicago.

The Project of Distinction Award recognizes solar projects that demonstrate innovation, diverse community involvement, and best practices that advance the industry. Fronius submitted the North Putnam Community School project, which is unique in several aspects.

North Putnam Community Schools is the first school district in the state of Indiana that runs two of its buildings completely off “net zero solar energy”, using a 1.6 MWp solar system. While the project had to be financed without any solar incentive (only a LED lighting rebate was included in the project), it will still pay off in 11 years and is already cash flow positive starting year 1.The system produces approx. 1.6 GWh of Energy a year, which significantly reduces the school’s energy bills.

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+1 (219) 734-5500
+1 (219) 734-5500 ci-znexrgvat-hfn@sebavhf.pbz Contact now

Installation data

Size of installation 1.6 MWp
Purpose, system type PV solar farm
Module type and area 4,200 grount mount modules
Inverter 42 Fronius Symo SnapINverters
Annual yield Approx. 1.6 GWh
Optional: Special feature First building in the state of Indiana to run completly off “net-zero“ energy