Key West City Hall

Year: 2018 Photovoltaic power: 140kWp


140 kWp photovoltaic system installed in two shelters for the shelter of cars and pick-ups, able to withstand hurricanes and winds up to 180 miles per hour (about 290 km/h) and mounted in the parking lot of the City Hall of Key West (Florida – USA).

The photovoltaic panels are installed towards the south, in order to maximize production from the solar source, at an angle of about 20 degrees to the horizon.

This construction, part of the conversion project of the historic Glynn Archer elementary school in the new town hall of Key West, is LEED Platinum (LEED promotes a sustainability-oriented approach, recognizing the performance of buildings in key sectors, such as energy and water saving, reduction of CO2 emissions, improvement of the ecological quality of interiors, materials and resources used …), and is the winner of the Most Outstanding Project Award of 2018, issued by the USGBC.

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