Solar Power

We can generate almost 18 kilowatts from our rooftop 108 solar panels. You can see below how much is currently being generated as well as how we are doing historically. Whatever we don't need goes back to the grid for others to use. In 2008, we added a solar hot water system to supplement the hot water used by the hotel. The system preheats the water before it goes into the regular water heater--saving us lots of money on our gas bills.

 

Here is the current output from each of our 3 buildings

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Here is the total solar power output for the last 3 days

 

 

This graph shows the total solar power generated during the last 30 days.

 

 

Here is the total solar power output for the last year

 

 

Here is the solar hot water output for the last week for our 3 buildings

 

 

   

Here is the solar hot water output for the last year   

 

Click here to see even more data . You can query the cwc-das database for more detailed data about our system.