Solar PV – White House Farm, South Kyme Fen - Solar PV


About The Project

System Size: 48.96 kWp Panel Model: Schott Poly 240w Inverter Model: SMA 17000TL Annual Output (kWh / year): 42,027 Annual CO2 Savings (kg / year): 22,200

Lincolnshire arable farmer Leonard Morris has fields of green in more ways than one. White House Farm is currently growing first and second winter wheat, along with winter oilseed rape.  Not only does the energy from the sun play its own important part in crop production, they have taken a step further and harnessed the energy from the sun to generate enough solar power to meet the farm’s annual electricity consumption.

The new ground-mounted system has been installed using 204 Schott 240w solar panels in a configuration of 3 rows, each with 64 panels. The size of the system is 48.96 kWp, generating an annual 42,027 kW of solar generated power and also an impressive reduction of 22.2 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

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