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Solar

 

Everest Education Union Solar ArraySaint Louis University is pleased to present the installation of nine 25 kW solar arrays on the Frost and Medical Center Campuses. In the spring and summer of 2015 Facilities Services undertook the installation of this clean, renewable energy source. Below are the buildings that have solar panels installed along with additional information. You also can access a photo gallery for each campus to watch the progress of the installation. In the future this page will also serve as the homepage to monitor the energy production of the solar arrays.

For more information about the solar project, check out these announcements:

1st Set of Six Solar Arrays, 2nd Set of Three Solar Arrays

Help us promote solar across campus by printing this flyer


Frost Campus

Building

Estimated Energy Savings

(Annually)*

Estimated Cost Savings

(over 25 years)

Installation Photo Gallery

Live Energy Production

Adorjan Hall 30,900 kWh $101,929 Click here Production Portal
Center for Global Citizenship 30,900 kWh $116,099 Production Portal
Chaifetz Arena's Practice Pavilion 30,900 kWh $87,759 Production Portal
Littiken Hall 30,900 kWh $115,619 Production Portal
McGannon Hall 30,900 kWh $101,929 Production Portal
Searls 30,900 kWh $118,579 Production Portal

 



Medical Center Campus

Building

Estimated Energy Savings

(Annually)*

Estimated Cost Savings

(Over 25 years)

Installation Photo Gallery

Live Energy Production

Allied Health 30,900 kWh $88,759 Click here Production Portal
Casa de Salud 30,900 kWh $131,509 Production Portal
Everest Education Union 29,355 kWh $98,285 Production Portal

 

* The Annual Estimated Energy Savings is equivalent to: the amount of energy used by 17.4 homes each year

*The solar energy will remove 191 metric tons of CO2 produced by SLU, which is equivalent to permanently removing 40 cars from the road.

 

To find the location of the selected buildings click here

For more information about Microgrid Solar click here

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