Dynalectric offers a range of solar services, including consulting, installation and maintenance, designed to help you take full advantage of today's most popular source of renewable energy. Our expert solar consultants will work with you to specify your energy requirements and create customized strategies that meet both your power and budget needs.
Then, in partnership with leading-edge manufacturers, we produce your solution to LEED™ (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) specifications and our own demanding quality standards.
So you get the energy you need for efficient facility operation, while maintaining a comfortable and productive environment at lower cost.
- Fuel Cells, Biomass Systems
- Solar array location surveys
- Roof structure reviews of wind loading & dead load capacity
- Review & Design of customer power needs & solar arrays
- Provide tax credit & rebate estimates
- Assist with Oregon Energy Trust application
- 20 Year Kilowatt Hour Production Projections
- Assist with Net Metering agreement with utility
- Test & Commission Systems
- Solar Array & Inverter Warrenty
- Coordinate Utility & Oregon Energy Trust inspections
- System Training
- Full Service Maintenance & Repair
Some of our installations have included:
10-Story Mixed-Use Facility: Provided building amorphous thin film panels, 32 kilowatts of solar power, and placed 139 s.f. of more powerful polycrystalline panels on the roof.
Winery: Provided a roof mount array consisting of 224-208 watt polycrystalline panels secured to a raised seam metal roof. Installation delivers 46.6 kilowatts of solar power.
Public Utility: Installed a 2.24 kilowatt sunburst array.
Health & Bioscience Building: Installation of solar panels instead of sun shades. Installation delivers 60 kilowatts of solar power and uses 354 panels with two 30 kilowatt inverters.
High School: Configured six modules and an inverter with controller and weather station monitoring device providing 1.1 kilowatts of solar power.
Residence: Installed sub-arrays of eight modules which provided 2.6 kilowatts of solar energy.