The system features a two-panel and a three-panel system located at
opposite ends of the building to supply hot water to each end of the
school. The solar hot water systems will provide up to 70% of the hot
water needed by the school over the course of the year, saving tons of
greenhouse gases linked to climate change and saving thousands of taxpayer dollars in energy savings over its projected 30 year life span.
The design consists of two separate re-circulating loops located at
opposite ends of the school each with their own set of solar panels.
This “smart design” of the two-loop system was based on the school’s
demand and load which will drastically increase energy efficiency and