June, July, and August 2017 energy production

This information is a report on energy production from the solar panels on the roof at Church of the Redeemer for June, July, and August 2017.

Monthly Energy Production Report for June 2017

Week Peak Power Energy Produced
06/01/2017 – 06/07/2017 22.5 kW 975 kWh
06/08/2017 – 06/14/2017 22.2 kW 679 kWh
06/15/2017 – 06/21/2017 21.0 kW 556 kWh
06/22/2017 – 06/28/2017 21.9 kW 1.04 MWh
06/29/2017 – 06/30/2017 20.1 kW 331 kWh
June 2017 Total: 3.58 MWh
Previous Month Total: 3.69 MWh
Year to Date: 13.9 MWh

Your Carbon Offset for this month: 2.48 tons

You have offset the equivalent of: 63 Trees

Monthly Energy Production Report for July 2018

Week Peak Power Energy Produced
07/01/2017 – 07/07/2017 21.7 kW 1.01 MWh
07/08/2017 – 07/14/2017 21.4 kW 1.00 MWh
07/15/2017 – 07/21/2017 20.8 kW 1.01 MWh
07/22/2017 – 07/28/2017 20.4 kW 1.00 MWh
07/29/2017 – 07/31/2017 20.2 kW 445 kWh
July 2017 Total: 4.46 MWh
Previous Month Total: 3.58 MWh
Year to Date: 18.3 MWh

Your Carbon Offset for this month: 3.08 tons

You have offset the equivalent of: 79 Trees

Monthly Energy Production Report for August 2018

Week Peak Power Energy Produced
08/01/2017 – 08/07/2017 19.4 kW 924 kWh
08/08/2017 – 08/14/2017 18.7 kW 821 kWh
08/15/2017 – 08/21/2017 20.6 kW 914 kWh
08/22/2017 – 08/28/2017 19.5 kW 884 kWh
08/29/2017 – 08/31/2017 19.7 kW 311 kWh
August 2017 Total: 3.85 MWh
Previous Month Total: 4.46 MWh
Year to Date: 22.2 MWh

Your Carbon Offset for this month: 2.66 tons

You have offset the equivalent of: 68 Trees

Plaque saying that the solar panels were given by John Pearson.

The solar panels at Church of the Redeemer were paid for by a bequest of John Pearson.

Church of the Redeemer

Community life at Redeemer centers on worship in the Episcopal tradition. Art and music vitally deepen this worship. Our faith expresses itself with service to people, locally to internationally.

Church of the Redeemer is at 6210 181st Street in Kenmore, Washington. We are a short distance north of Bothell Way, near the Burke-Gilman Trail. The entrance looks like a gravel driveway. The campus is larger on the inside than it is on the outside.

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