Solar PV Installation John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Client: John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
System Installed: On behalf of Oxford University Hospital Trust we installed this 20kWp system using SunPower modules linked to an SMA Sunny Tri-Power three phase inverter, mounted on a ballasted A Frame system.
System size: 20 kWp
Expected Annual Generation: 16000 kWh
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