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STATUS OF PHOTOVOLTAICS ON LONG ISLAND. Presented by Prof. Yelleshpur Dathatri Prof. Serdar Z. Elgun Farmingdale State University of New York. Number of PV Installations on Long Island. End of February. LIPA REBATES . End of February. TOTAL RESIDENTIAL KW INSTALLED .

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STATUS OF PHOTOVOLTAICS ON LONG ISLAND

Presented by

Prof. Yelleshpur Dathatri

Prof. Serdar Z. Elgun

Farmingdale State University of New York

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LIPA REBATES

End of February

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Number of PV Installation Workshops offered by Farmingdale State University of New York

End of February

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Participation in Solar Energy Seminars

offered by Farmingdale State University of New York

End of February

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PV Panels Used on Long Island
  • Astro Power
  • Kyocera Solar
  • BP Solar
  • Evergreen Solar
  • Unisolar
  • Schott
  • Atlantis Energy
  • Sharp Solar
  • Terra Solar
  • Power Light
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Types of Inverters Installed on Long Island
  • SMA (Sunny Boy) 2500
  • Trace(Xantrex) ST2500
  • Trace(Xantrex) SW4048
  • Advanced Energy GC - 1000
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Financing Available

2003

2000

2001

2002

yes

yes

no

no

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

20 KW Ground mounted PV system.

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

20 KW Tracking PV system

20 KW Roof Mounted PV system

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

20 KW Tracking PV system

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

20 KW ground mounted PV system

20 KW elevated PV system

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

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FARMINGDALE STATE

SOLAR ENERGY CENTER

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

Massapequa 1.8 kW System

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

PV Residential System 7kWLIPA Solar Pioneer Program

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

Westhampton Beach 2.752 kW System

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

Babylon 600 Watt System

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

Farmingdale 3 kW System

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

FALA - Melville 600 kW (60,000 sq ft)

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

FALA - Melville 600 kW (60,000 sq ft)

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PV APPLICATIONS

ON LONG ISLAND

FALA - Melville 600 kW (60,000 sq ft)

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Strategies for Developing Solar Market
  • Identify appropriate residential roofs using aerial photographs.
  • Using the photographs, generate a list of potential residential PV projects.
  • This list could be shared with solar contractors.
  • Install reasonably large size systems on LIPA / Keyspan facilities.
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Strategies for Developing Solar Market
  • (3) Identify commercial buildings in high load density areas. Make this information available to manufacturers to suitably develop incentives (rebates, financial packages, etc.)
  • (4) Examine the possibility of developing utility scale PV systems in large parking lots such as those at Jones Beach.
  • (5) Encourage developers and builders to include PV systems and energy conservation measures in new projects.
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Strategies for Developing Solar Market
  • (6) Encourage every household to use energy saver light bulbs.
  • (7) Examine the possibility of charging an additional amount for each KWh consumed. This amount could be channeled to a separate fund for solar applications:
  • commercial KWh for commercial funds
  • residential KWh for residential funds
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Strategies for Developing Solar Market
  • (8) Standardize design to a 1 KW or 2 KW system and develop a kit.
  • (9) Offer financing to home owners for PV installations. Amortize the loan over a 6 to 8 year period and include the monthly loan payment in the LIPA bill.
  • (10) Develop solar projects for school buildings and municipal buildings with subsidy similar to NYSERDA programs.
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Strategies for Developing Solar Market
  • (11) Create a fund for renewable energy for voluntary contribution by LIPA customers.
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