Halls Head Project

September 8, 2010

The installation team at Renewable Energy International (REI) were faced with special circumstances on a recent project at Halls Head.

“The client has a magnificent 2 storey home on the canal with a reverse sloping metal roof” said Rob de Croon of REI.

“We were also aware of the high winds and storms that can lash the coastal areas there, and the client also requested that he wanted to minimise the visibility of the solar array from all sides” added Rob.

To meet all of these requirements, REI staff visited the site several times, taking many measurements, and discussed their findings back at head office including the input of the company’s specialist metal fabricator.

The 5kW solar array had to also straddle several vent pipes, an aerial, 2 roof ventilators and even some Christmas decorations stored on the roof area.

“I am very pleased with the result” said REI Managing Director, John Hall.

“We always look upon an installation and design as if we were doing it on our own home. Now the client has the largest grid-tie solar power system currently allowed for connection under the new Net Feed-In Tariff scheme and will be enjoying electricity savings for years to come.”

The largest grid-tie solar power system currently allowed for connection under the new Net Feed-In Tariff scheme.

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