This First Nations Community is located on the west coast of British Columbia. As part of a commitment to reduce fossil fuels and promote energy independence, the T’Sou-ke selected Charge Solar to design and install 4 PV systems to provide solar electricity for the buildings and homes.
Charge Solar designed four solar arrays, with a combined output of 75kW solar system. Three were installed on the roofs of community buildings, including the solar designed roof of the boat house, shown in the photo. The fourth was installed on a custom designed ground mount. Charge Solar worked closely with the community in all phases of the project, including the design, installation, commissioning and with the BC Hydro Net Metering administration. Many band members were offered training and helped with the installation. System power output displays were installed to show the daily and total production from the system.