Having worked previously with Infinite Energy on solar energy projects, the City of Canning saw the construction of a new bowls club for residents as another opportunity to secure the long term future of the operation through solar power. City of Canning engaged Infinite Energy to commission a solar system that would best meet the daily operating needs of the club.
In the absence of an existing energy profile (being a new building) a considered, consultative approach was required to determine the true energy needs of the club. By engaging the City Council, building contractor and electrical contractor a meaningful energy profile was derived and a solar project tailored to provide maximum benefit against it.
With City of Canning in the midst of transitional changes as part of the state governments council amalgamations; ensuring the accuracy and reliability of the projections was critical to enabling the City to make an educated decision on its allocation of funds.
Being completed to the same high standard as previous projects, this latest City of Canning solar project delivers on cost savings for users of the club, residents and rate payers alike.
|Company||Willetton Bowling Club - City of Canning|
|Installation Date||01 / 2015|
|Industry||Government & Local Council|
|Solution||Solar Power System - System capacity 19.75 kW|
|CO2- e. Abatement Per Year||24 tonnes|
|CO2 Equivalent Reduction||88 trees saved per year|
|Energy Output Per Year||32,100 kWh|
|Solar % of Consumption||51%|
|Grid Electricity % of Consumption||49%|
|Projected Payback Period||4.8 years|
|Year 1 Return on Investment||20%|
|10 Year NPV||$9,000|