Consulting services for the conceptual design of solar technology applications at the Canadian Coast Guard College, Westmount, Nova Scotia, Canada
Estimate the solar resource in ‘global horizontal irradiance’ (GHI) throughout the year.
Evaluate the solar resource at each roof surface, based on roof slope, orientation and obstructions to solar irradiance.
Review the domestic hot water use of the facility; determine average daily consumption and seasonal variations, with a special focus on hot water use for the swimming pool.
Provide a summary review of available technologies and recommendations for solar power generation and solar water heating.
Suggest a conceptual design of solar water heating systems and solar power generation options, providing a preliminary specification of equipment, locations and space requirements.
About The Company
For decision-makers for energy applications, Green Power Labs is a software-as-a-service provider with the predictive energy analytics expertise to enable superior control in managing smart energy generation and consumption.
Our scientific depth and practical know-how is realized in automated predictive analytics solutions for smart energy management.
Green Power Labs represents Canada on the International Energy Agency Task Force 46 Solar Resource Assessment and Forecasting and Task Force 51 Solar Energy in Urban Planning.
We are actively involved in industry groups including the Utility Variable-Generation Integration Group, Canadian Solar Industries Association and have presented at industry related conferences in Canada, US, Europe and Asia.