In the coastal town of Falmouth, where the vast marine expanse meets the vibrant community, the need for sustainable energy solutions and environmental stewardship takes on profound significance. With the town's deep connection to the sea and its rich maritime heritage, the imperative to address climate change and reduce the carbon footprint resonates on a personal level.
The Falmouth transit station solar array is a remarkable achievement, generating 1,677 MWh of clean energy annually through 2,669 Seraphim bi-facial panels, maximizing efficiency. Supported by fourteen Sungrow 60kW inverters and one Sungrow36kW inverter, it ensures optimal performance. The array's environmental impacts equally impressive, offsetting over 700 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually, equal to 815 metric tons of oil consumption. Over the next two decades, it promises substantial carbon savings, advancing the community towards a greener, more sustainable future.