SunWize Builds 26-kW Residential Thin-film System in California

SunWize Systems has completed a 24.6-kilowatt (kW) ground-mounted photovoltaic system at the David Page residence in Sky Valley, California. The system utilizes 410 Kaneka G-SA060 amorphous silicon modules, making it one of the largest installation of its kind in California.

The array size for the desert home in the Coachella Valley of Southern California is designed to provide 100% of the Page family’s requirement for electricity. The system could generate 50,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity annually.

“We are excited to be at the forefront of installing innovative thin-film module solutions,” said David Kaltsas, executive vice president of SunWize. “The David Page installation is a showcase for successfully applying thin-film to a residential application. It also exemplifies SunWize’s commitment to provide the customer with the best available solar electric solution by drawing from various resources across our entire organization.”

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