Jim and Cathy Brown approached us with an interest in using solar PV to reduce their electrical consumption. Their home on a beautiful sun bathed, south facing hillside, turned out to be as ideal a solar site as anyone could hope for. After a positive 12 month experience with their first 6 kW ground mounted array, they asked us to install a second; doubling their capacity to 12 kW. One advantage of ground mounting is the ease ...
Timis Residence – Golden BC
Located in a breathtaking hilltop setting near Golden BC, the Timis family asked Riverside Energy for help with improving power security for their home using an approach that would also reduce their grid electricity consumption. The 6 kW solar PV system uses both grid dependent and grid interactive inverters to maximize energy export to the grid and provide power for essential loads should the grid go down. High voltage ...
Impact Ministries – Guatemala
In February 2015, Riverside Energy Systems volunteered with Impact Ministries Guatemala to design and install a grid-connected solar array on the Chisac property in Alta Verapaz. Impact Ministries, a Christian non-profit has been working to provide education, food, and hope to some of Guatemala’s most needy children and families. The Chisac property produces food to help feed hundreds of children attending schools ...
2010 Green Dream Home – Kamloops, BC
A CMHC sponsored Equilibrium Home designed for net-zero energy performance. Riverside Energy designed, installed, and commissioned the roof-top (6.8 kW) and balcony railing (1.5 kW) PV systems in accordance with a net-metering agreement with Corix Utilities. The design uses 3 string inverters; two for the roof-top and the third for the balcony. Translucent bi-facial solar panels used on the balcony railing, provide privacy ...
Hayashi Residence – Kamloops BC
Brian Hayashi approached us with the goal of reducing the step 2 electrical consumption of his home. After adopting some conservation measures, he opted for a 1.5 kW grid-connected roof top solar PV system using micro-inverters.
Lumos Solar Canopy
High Capacity Power Trailer
This trailer uses 1.5 kW of solar and a 1.5 kW wind machine to provide DC and AC supply for more demanding portable power applications. The unit was designed for a mining client to operate pumping equipment lifting water to the surface from depths of over 600 feet without grid-power. A tilt up tower design allows the wind machine to be lowered and secured for transport.
West Highlands Park – Kamloops
The City of Kamloops recently renovated the West Highlands Club-House. Sustainability improvements include a 24.5 kW grid-connected solar PV system supplied and installed by Riverside Energy Systems. The installation consists of 96 – 255 watt solar panels and matched micro-inverters.
Timis Residence – Golden BC
Located in a breathtaking hilltop setting near Golden BC, the Timis family asked Riverside Energy for help with improving power security for their home using an approach that would also reduce their grid electricity consumption.
Bridge River Valley
This off-grid power system is equipped with 4.5 kW of solar PV, a 4 kW inverter/charger, 32 kWh of battery storage, and automatic backup generator starting. Riverside Energy Systems designed the energy system, supplied equipment, and completed the installation.