By Kelsey Misbrener Inovateus Solar has completed a 144.72-kilowatt solar photovoltaic installation for the University of Notre Dame. The ground-mounted system is located at the Kenmore Warehouse storage facility and is the largest solar array built by the university to date as well as the biggest PV installation in South Bend.
The Kenmore solar system is connected to the main electric power feed for the building and will generate approximately 194,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity annually, offsetting nearly one-third of the total electricity used by the facility. A net-metering agreement signed between the university and Indiana Michigan Power calls for any power generated in excess
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