Renewable Energy Project: Solar Panels
The Abbeyfield Kooringal project will provide a 5.28kW solar photovoltaic installation for each of a group of six new 2-bedroom free-standing units, which have been designed to provide a safe, secure and affordable housing option for those living with an intellectual disability.
The solar generation from this project will ease the cost of living pressures for the residents while reducing their environmental impact.
This project has been part-funded by a grant directly to Abbeyfield of $10,000 from Spark Infrastructure, the developers of the Bomen Solar Farm, with the CORENA interest-free loan covering the remainder of the project cost.
This project has been fully funded – Thank you!
Status: Funded project – loan repayment in progress
Loan amount: $33,636.50
Loan repayments: $1,500/quarter
31.68 kW solar PV (5.28kW on each of six units)
– 96 x 330w Jinko Cheetah JKM330M-60 Mono Crystalline Panels
– 96 x Enphase IQ7PLUS-72-2-INT 290w Microinverters – includes: Enphase Q-Cable, Q-Relay Enphase Field
Wireables & Dehn surge protection
– Enphase Envoy S-Metered Communications Gateway + DRM
– Tin Roof Rack & Rail Kit for 6×16 panel AC System
Cost: Total cost $43,636.50, assisted by CORENA loan of $33,636.50
Expected savings: 46,824kWh/year, approx $8,000/year
Installed 29 October 2020