ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION STATE of SOLAR

ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION STATE of SOLAR

ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION STATE of SOLAR in NEW MEXICO MARK GAISER Dec. 8, 2016 BSEE, MBA Presentation at New Mexico Renewable Energy Industries Association Funding provided by the US Department of Energy / State Energy Program Award DE-EE0006218 SOLAR ENERGY Soho Spacecraft The Soho spacecraft has been imaging the sun for twenty years operating continuously on solar power. The small plasma loop on the lower right side of the sun could contain several earth-size objects. SOHO Magnetogram 24 September 2015 - Mission Day: 7237 - DOY: 267 Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/data/realtime/realtime-update.html 2 Fusion Power Converters For Sale Inexpensive Ubiquitous Minimal Maintenance Required Energy Delivered Daily to Your Location No Advanced Degree Required to Operate Converter On Sale at Locations Statewide Cheaper Energy than Fission or Coal FINE PRINT Forward looking statements presented during this presentation are subject to change and should not be relied upon as guidance in any financial transaction. Companies, Products, or Services mentioned in this briefing or listed in this presentation are not to be considered endorsements by myself or by the State of New Mexico. Opinions expressed are my own and do not represent positions or 3 What I will address today NM Solar Market Development Tax Credit for PV and ST (solar thermal) Grid Parity Growth Projections Business Models New Efforts and Future Directions 3 NM Residential Solar Tax Credit

New Mexico Solar Market Development Tax Credit was established in 2006 for individual taxpayers. Revised in 2008 with an end date of 2016. Tax Credit of $3 million for PV, $2 million for solar thermal (hot water & space heating) per tax year, 2006 through 2016. Tax Credit of 10% per system, with a maximum of $9,000.00 per system, per year. Two attempts to extend this state tax credit beyond 2016. Solar system equipment and installation costs are exempt from GRT enacted in 2007. One attempt to cancel this exemption in 2016. Parallel Federal Tax Law of 30% tax credit per location for the years 2007 through 2019 and ramp-down to end in 2022. Please see the ECMD website (www.cleanenergynm.org) under Renewable Energy / Solar for details of the specific laws and rules. Growth in NM Residential PV Systems Solar Thermal Tax Credits 2014 Solar Thermal 31 $686,405.06 $67,224.00 $22,142.10 $63,847.38 $3,965.00 2015 Solar Thermal Systems System Cost Credit issued Average system cost Most Expensive Least Expensive 6 $185,176.31 $18,517.00 $30,862.72 $68,481.00 $6,000.00 Systems System Cost Credit issued Average system cost Most Expensive Least Expensive 2016 Solar Thermal 15 business days to 10 Systems to date submit application for the tax credit. 5:00 pm December 30, 2016! The Solar Thermal tax credit is not being used in New Mexico. Typically a solar thermal system will have payback times of less than 10 years and typically may have simple payback times of 4 to 6 years. A Federal tax credit is also available for these 7

Sales and Job Creation with Tax Credit 8 System size is growing while cost per watt is falling 9 Number of Installed Systems with Module Pricing Distribution by Bins for 2016 10 Tabulation of PV Tax Credit Data Solar Market Development Tax Credit PV Summary Average cost per Wattfor system Year Number of systems Dollars Spent on Systems Installed Capacity in kW Energy Produced per year for the installed systems in MWhrs 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 90 449 1095 1068 1119 1109 1091 1086 $2,876,686 $14,320,242 $32,882,197 $30,534,671 $32,875,748 $26,889,552 $29,605,334 $30,119,689 319 2,080 5,243

5,239 6,566 6,544 7,117 6,670 351 2288 5767 5763 7223 7199 7829 7337 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 $31,963.18 $31,893.64 $30,029.40 $28,590.52 $29,379.58 $24,246.67 $27,135.96 $27,734.52 3,547 4,632 4,788 4,906 5,868 5,901 6,523 6,142 $9.01 $6.88 $6.27 $5.83 $5.01 $4.11 $4.16 $4.52 Totals 7107 $200,104,119 39,779 145,642 MWhr Overall $28,155.92 5,597 $5.03 Data by calendar year.

Year Average Average system size system cost in Watts Statistics and Economic data from NM ECMD Solar Tax Credit Database July 7, 2016 Note the decline in the Average cost per Watt for the systems. These system prices are before tax credit is applied. The $4.11 / Watt for 2014 is within the grid parity pricing for the PNM service territory as depicted in the NREL charts on grid parity. 11 Top Five Contractors for SMDTC Database in 2016 in the Leading Counties 2016 New Mexico Solar Market Rank 1 2 3 4 5 Contractor Positiv e Energy, Inc. Consolidated Solar Technologies Solar City Affordable Solar Sol Luna Solar, Inc. Chart is based upon the data entered into the SMDTC database as of August 01, 2016 for Tax Year 2016 and represents 100% of the approved applications for Tax Year 2016. Ranking of the Top Five Contractors in the Leading NM Counties Statewide Systems by Contractor System Value by Contractor 198 139 130 121 50 $6,161,231 $3,995,718 $3,100,883 $3,047,203 $1,301,356 County Rank 1 2 Top Ten Systems Count Bernalillo Santa Fe

73 59 65 86 15 60 35 6 4 18 13 28 33 22 7 40 0 23 0 0 3 5 2 5 2 298 123 103 63 17 $8,053,073 $3,659,269 189 127 129 117 42 Total systems Value of systems Systems by installed by the installed by the County for top Five Top Five Total systems in Top Ten Contractors in Contractors in New the Top Five NM Contractors> New Mexico Mexico Countie s 638 $17,606,391 604 $ Amount

3 4 5 Sandoval Dona Ana Valencia $2,986,587 $1,619,900 $505,896 + Vivent - ~1000 systems 2016 12 NM Residential Solar Tax Credit Has the Solar Market Development Tax Credit Program been Successful? A resounding YES Should this program be extended? Should this program be changed? Consider how to help different economic strata in the State. Consider what benefits a different program may bring. Consider what the industry should look like in the future. What types of Business Models should a program favor? Develop a new program using new resources? New National Forest in New Mexico Torrance County National Forest Tree specie is a GE 2.5 with hundreds being planted in the next 5 years 14 Forecast for Renewable Energy Generation in New Mexico The possible renewable energy component of New Mexicos electricity supply could be 50% by 2030 with a continuance of business as present and growth rates remaining steady. 15 NM Taxpayer Data and US Census Bureau Poverty Data All Tax Payers (Tax Year 2013 Data) Income Bracket Number of Percent

Returns Returns New Mexico Taxable Percent NM Income by Bracket Taxable Income Estimated Tax on Percent TI in Bracket Tax Under $25,000 614,858 62.54% 10,381,967,505 35.53% 342,296,249 27.05% $25,000-$50,000 141,196 14.36% 6,293,768,972 21.54% 308,394,680 24.37% $50,000-$75,000 88,098 8.96% 3,648,617,224 12.49% 178,841,838 14.13% $75,000-$100,000 49,489 5.03% 2,107,444,355 7.21% 103,264,773 8.16% $100,000$200,000 60,214 6.12% 3,077,816,583 10.53% 150,813,013

11.92% Over $200,001 29,267 2.98% 3,712,069,574 12.70% 181,891,409 14.37% Total 983,122 100.00% 29,221,684,213 100.00% 1,265,501,962 100.00% From the 2015 Tax Expenditure Report revised NM TRD This table is from page 22 This table shows 76% of the NM returns with income of $50k or below Poverty Thresholds for 2013 by Size of Family and Number of Related Children Under 18 Years Size of family unit One person (unrelated individual)....... Under 65 years.............................. 65 years and over........................... Two people...................................... Householder under 65 years........... Householder 65 years and over........ Three people.................................... Four people..................................... Weighted average thresholds Related children under 18 years None One Two Three Four Five

Six Seven Eight or more 11,888 12,119 12,119 11,173 11,173 15,142 15,679 15,600 16,057 14,095 14,081 15,996 18,552 18,222 18,751 18,769 23,834 24,028 24,421 23,624 23,707 16 Mixed Use Low to Moderate Income housing in T or C. What solar business model could serve this community? There are maybe four houses (3 %) that could qualify for a loan or tax credit in this aerial photo. There are 55 mobile or manufactured homes, and about 68 apartment rental units that could not make use of solar as presently installed or presently funded. A New Technology & New BusinessSolar Model? US DOE SunShot Program: in Your Community Challenge - $5 Million Contest 17 ECMD: Going Forward New Programs and Efforts:

Electric Car Charging Installations at State Buildings. Car Charging Challenge. Sustainability Tax Credit program new Residential 2017 program. DOE Low to Moderate Income (LMI) Residence Pilot Program for Solar Adoption. Community Solar, On bill financing, PACE, Solar as an Appliance, PV on a Pole, New Energy Building Code. Participants are Taos, Kit Carson Electric Co-op and Truth or Consequences Municipal Utility. DOE Low Carbon Crossroads. A statewide community input project to talk about reducing the carbon footprint in the state while improving job opportunities and living conditions. DOE Small Modular Reactor (SMR) study. Geothermal well drilling management statewide (inherited program from OCD). WasteNot program for 5 communities in New Mexico for waste water treatment facility energy efficiency upgrades. Energy Services Contracts ESCOs for state buildings and schools, trading efficiency upgrades for savings on energy use. Re-invigorated efforts for PACE programs statewide. The Property Assessed Making Energy Fun! Photo Courtesy Webb Family 2015 19 Mark Gaiser 505-476-3318 [email protected] www.CleanEnergyNM.org New Mexico Solar Market Development Tax Credit Data New Mexico Solar Market Development Tax Credit Statistics Residential Installations CY 2009 CY 2010 CY 2011 CY 2012 CY 2013 CY 2014 CY 2015 CY 2016 Percent Change from 2009 to 2016 Residential Systems DC Power by year 319 kW 2,080 kW 5,243 kW 5,239 kW 6,566 kW

6,544 kW 7,117 kW 6,670 kW 2090% 3.5 kW 4.6 kW 4.8 kW 4.9 kW 5.8 kW 5.8 kW 5.9 kW 5.6 kW 56.8% 3.1 kW 3.6 kW 3.7 kW 4.2 kW 4.9 kW 5.0 kW 5.0 kW 5.1 kW 64.8% Median $ per watt $4.34 $3.25 $3.08 $2.35 $1.80 $1.60 $1.64 $1.54 -64.5% Highest $ per watt $7.54 $15.70 $7.71

$8.80 $8.74 $6.96 $4.86 $5.67 -24.8% Lowest $ per watt $2.64 $1.22 $1.14 $0.70 $0.65 $0.32 $0.50 $0.57 -78.5% Systems Average System DC power Median System DC Power Modules Rev A December 5, 2016 Statistics and Economic data from NM ECMD Solar Tax Credit Database August 1, 2016 CY = Calendar year Jan. 1 through Dec. 31 21 Residential Systems in 2016 for top Ten Counties Residential Solar Installations in New Mexico Tax Year 2016 January 1, 2016 through June 15, 2016 Counties Ranked Projects Approved by Number of by ECMD for County population - Systems per 1000 Solar Installations Calendar Year 2016 2010 census capita Sum of System Dollars Spent by Owners Bernalillo 441 662,564

0.67 $12,100,080.08 Santa Fe 172 144,170 1.19 $5,148,480.94 Sandoval 156 131,561 1.19 $4,312,514.25 Dona Ana 150 209,233 0.72 $3,964,005.40 Otero 30 63,797 0.47 $969,175.73 Grant 27 29,514 0.91 $678,586.41 Valencia 26 76,569 0.34 $806,633.98 Taos 23 32,937 0.70

$507,150.67 Rio Arriba 10 40,246 0.25 $265,316.50 San Juan 8 130,044 0.06 $179,269.16 Los Alamos 6 17,950 0.33 $162,570.60 Torrance 6 16,383 0.37 $182,029.92 Data is complete as of August 01, 2016. Cens us data from NM Economic Development s i te: www.gonm.bi z/Cens us_2010.as px Statistics and Economic data from NM ECMD Solar Tax Credit Database August 01, 2016 Revision A 112916 22 23 Module Pricing Data for 2016 Tax Year 2016 Module Manufacturer Number of Installations 2016 Module Manufacturers Advantage Module 1 Amerisolar 1 Astroenergy 1

AU Optronics 35 Axitec 1 Boviet 3 Canadian Solar 153 Centro Solar 28 Hanwha 33 Hyundai 170 Infinium 1 JA Solar 1 Jinko 2 LG Solar 72 MEMC 2 N/A 2 Q-Pro 1 REC 28 Recom 7 Renesolar 2 Schott 1 Schuco 1 Sharp 1 Siemens 1 Solar World 59 Sun Module 2 Suniva 38 Sunpower 323 SW Mono 1 Top Point 1 Trina Solar 43 Vikram Eldora 5 Yingli 69 Total 1089 Data is complete as of August 01, 2016 Revis ion A 112916 January 1, 2016 through June 15, 2016 Average $ per Watt $0.70 $0.74

$1.13 $0.71 $0.88 $2.03 $1.36 $1.69 $1.67 $1.54 $1.60 $0.57 $1.18 $1.57 $1.66 $0.00 $1.03 $0.71 $1.81 $1.80 $1.52 $1.29 $1.23 $1.16 $1.34 $1.21 $1.19 $2.57 $1.20 $0.92 $0.89 $1.52 $0.99 Statistics from NM ECMD Solar Tax Credit Database August 01, 2016 Module Manufacturer Number of Installations 2016 Prices High to Low Sunpower 323 Boviet 3 Recom 7 Renesolar 2 Centro Solar 28 Hanwha 33 MEMC 2 Infinium 1 LG Solar 72 Hyundai 170 Vikram Eldora 5 Schott 1 Canadian Solar 153 Solar World 59 Schuco 1

Sharp 1 Sun Module 2 SW Mono 1 Suniva 38 Jinko 2 Siemens 1 Astroenergy 1 Q-Pro 1 Yingli 69 Top Point 1 Trina Solar 43 Axitec 1 Amerisolar 1 REC 28 AU Optronics 35 Advantage Module 1 JA Solar 1 N/A 2 Total 1089 Average $ per Watt $2.57 $2.03 $1.81 $1.80 $1.69 $1.67 $1.66 $1.60 $1.57 $1.54 $1.52 $1.52 $1.36 $1.34 $1.29 $1.23 $1.21 $1.20 $1.19 $1.18 $1.16 $1.13 $1.03 $0.99 $0.92 $0.89 $0.88 $0.74 $0.71 $0.71 $0.70

$0.57 $0.00 Module Manufacturer Number of Installations 2016 Ranking of Installs Sunpower 323 Hyundai 170 Canadian Solar 153 LG Solar 72 Yingli 69 Solar World 59 Trina Solar 43 Suniva 38 AU Optronics 35 Hanwha 33 Centro Solar 28 REC 28 Recom 7 Vikram Eldora 5 Boviet 3 Jinko 2 MEMC 2 N/A 2 Renesolar 2 Sun Module 2 Advantage Module 1 Amerisolar 1 Astroenergy 1 Axitec 1 Infinium 1 JA Solar 1 Q-Pro 1 Schott 1 Schuco 1 Sharp 1 Siemens 1

SW Mono 1 Top Point 1 Total 1089 Average $ per Watt $2.57 $1.54 $1.36 $1.57 $0.99 $1.34 $0.89 $1.19 $0.71 $1.67 $1.69 $0.71 $1.81 $1.52 $2.03 $1.18 $1.66 $0.00 $1.80 $1.21 $0.70 $0.74 $1.13 $0.88 $1.60 $0.57 $1.03 $1.52 $1.29 $1.23 $1.16 $1.20 $0.92 2016 Solar Market Development Database - analyzed November 3, 2016 24 Top Five Installers in New Mexico by Quantity of Systems Installed 2012 Top Five NM State Installers Residential Projects Certified Consolidated Solar Technologies Positive Energy, Inc Sunspot Solar Energy Systems, LLC Affordable Solar Installation, Inc Solar Smart Living 93 Contractors State Wide Total Based upon calendar year January 1 through December 31 Tax Credit approvals. 258 175 155 149 38

1068 2013 Top Five NM State Installers Consolidated Solar Technologies Sunspot Solar Energy Systems, LLC Positive Energy, Inc. Affordable Solar 1B Electric Company 101 Contractors State Wide Total Residential Projects Certified 224 211 170 157 36 1133 2014 Top Five NM State Installers Residential Projects Certified Positive Energy Consolidated Solar Technologies Sunspot Solar Energy Systems, LLC Affordable Solar Direct Power and Water Corp. 56 Contractors State Wide Total 206 201 179 163 34 1023 Top Five Contractors for SMDTC Database in 2015 in the Leading Counties 2015 New Mexico Solar Market Development Rank Contractor 1 2 3 4 5 Positiv e Energy, Inc. Consolidated Solar Technologies Affordable Solar Sunspot Solar Energy Systems, LLC GWGS, LLC Chart is based upon the data entered into the SMDTC database as of March 28, 2016 for Tax Year 2015 and represents 100% of the applications for Tax Year 2015. Ranking of the Top Five Contractors in the Leading NM Counties Statewide Systems by Contractor

258 165 157 102 46 System Value by Contractor $8,893,198 $5,322,757 $4,210,710 $2,138,557 $1,314,194 County Rank 1 2 3 4 5 Top Five Systems Count Bernalillo Santa Fe Dona Ana Sandoval Grant 73 76 105 0 30 89 32 5 0 4 55 1 0 89 0 11 34 33 0 5 4 1 0 1 0 284 130

145 83 6 $5,173,389 $3,944,790 $2,882,832 $1,215,420 232 144 143 90 39 Total systems Value of systems installed by installed by the Systems by the top Five Top Five Total systems in County > Contractors in Contractors in the Top Ten NM New Mexico New Mexico Countie s 728 $21,879,417 648 $ Amount $9,728,812 26 Grid Parity? Grid parity (or socket parity) occurs when an alternative energy source can generate power at a levelized cost of electricity (LCoE) that is less than or equal to the price of purchasing power from the electricity grid. (Wikipedia) Factors influencing grid parity: Cost of utility provided electricity (see http://www.electricitylocal.com/ ) Costs to connect PV system (new capacity charge) Cost of PV system Cost offsets for purchase of PV system (ITC, PTC, Tax credits) Cost offsets for system energy production (REC credits) Financing costs Available solar resource System design and components System lifetime System maintenance 27 NREL Grid Parity Map for 2015 ( 2009 projection) Break-Even Cost for Residential Photovoltaics in the United States: Key Drivers and Sensitivities Paul Denholm, Robert M. Margolis, Sean Ong, and Billy Roberts

Technical Report NREL/TP-6A246909 December 2009 The New Mexico Grid Parity ranges from $3-4 / W to over $6 / W. SPS (XCEL) territory requires the least expensive system, EPE territory is at Note: A lighter color would require a lessexpensive solar system in order to break even . 28 Notes on chart: This a distribution of system costs for 2015 in New Mexico overlayed by the NREL chart box colors for the grid parity costs / watt. This is a somewhat apples & oranges comparison since the chart numbers are before tax All-in costs credits and the move this way NREL numbers with tax credits are after tax credits. As noted on the chart, these systems costs would move to the right if the tax credits are included. An example is a $6.00 / Watt SMDTC System all-in costs excludes ITC and NM SMD tax credits. NREL pricing Is New Mexico at Grid Parity? 29 Grid Parity in New Mexico? YES! In the majority of the electrical energy providers service areas in New Mexico, Grid Parity has been achieved. PV systems should be viewed as an economically attractive competitive alternative or a competitive complement to utility provided electricity. See https://openpv.nrel.gov/breakeven for the NREL online tool to look at breakeven costs in your county. Also see http://www.electricitylocal.com/ for electricity pricing in your area. 30 Solar PV installations by Utility Residential Solar PV Installations in New Mexico

Tax Year 2008-2016 January 1, 2008 through June 15, 2016 Number of systems System DC KiloWatts 5168 1802 139 89 78 71 63 58 51 42 42 37 15 31,287 10,152 844 628 425 227 872 316 235 710 213 175 95 31.29 10.15 0.84 0.63 0.43 0.23 0.87 0.32 0.23 0.71 0.21 0.18 0.09 110,514 37,276 2,618 2,359 1,545 982 3,540 1,245 825 1,073 842 681 340 SIEC 14 66

0.07 250 CEC SPEC FEC GJU SWEC CDEC NAEC TCMU CVEC LCEC NORA COAED 10 6 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 85 33 19 24 39 21 23 14 17 10 16 5 0.09 0.03 0.02 0.02 0.04 0.02 0.02 0.01 0.02 0.01 0.02 0.00 324 126 81 79 161 86 100 55 63 40 50 22 7,713 46,552

46.55 165,277 Utility PNM EPE KCEC CNMEC JMEC off-grid SPS OCEC LADPU FEUS MSMEC SEC RPS Totals Data is complete as of August 01, 2016. System DC MW Number of Panels Statistics and Economic data from NM ECMD Solar Tax Credit Database August 01, 2016 Revision 11-22-2016 Utility Id's: CDEC-Continental Divide EC, CEC-Columbus EC, CNMEC-Central New Mexico EC, COAED-City of Aztec Electric Dept.,EPE- El Paso Electric, FECFarmer's EC, FEUS-Farmington Electric Utility System, GJUGallup Joint Utilities, JMECJemez Mountain EC, KCEC-Kit Carson EC, LADPU-Los Alamos Dept. of Public Utilities, MSMEC- Mora-San Miguel EC, NAEC-Navajo-Apache EC, NORANorthern Rio Arriba EC, OCECOtero County EC, off-grid- no utility connection, PNM- Public Service Company of New Mexico, RPS- Raton Public Service, SEC- Socorro EC, SIECSierra EC, SPEC- Springer EC, SPS- Southwestern Public Service, SWEC - Southwest EC, TCMU-Truth or Consequences Municipal Utility. 31 Solar PV installations by Utility and Year Residential Solar PV Installations in New Mexico Tax Years 2008-2016 Utility January 1, 2008 through June 15, 2016 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2014 2015 2016 # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems # of Kilowatts Systems PNM EPE KCEC CNMEC JMEC off-grid SPS OCEC LADPU FEUS MSMEC SEC 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2.5

2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 257 46 4 4 0 11 2 1 1 2 2 0 973.4 162.2 26.7 22.6 0.0 38.0 6.1 4.6 4.8 8.6 7.9 0.0 670 127 10 5 6 12 8 6 3 0 4 5 3,318.6 470.6 31.8 23.3 30.8 24.6 404.5 29.0 10.9 0.0 6.4 20.7 711 226 13 7 6 3 7 10 3 8

4 6 4,071.3 1,192.3 45.5 36.4 21.0 6.3 70.4 32.4 12.1 47.6 30.8 18.8 619 408 18 8 7 7 9 10 5 8 7 5 3,641.2 2,387.0 84.1 56.6 33.3 27.1 72.6 54.8 21.8 489.6 32.6 38.4 650 378 24 9 12 10 0 5 10 5 4 5 4,566.9 2,248.8 124.3 49.6 45.2 37.7 0.0 47.9 39.1 38.5 33.0 18.1 675 271 26 17

17 10 20 10 9 6 9 9 4,688.0 1,606.4 292.6 108.7 94.5 30.7 142.2 42.2 45.2 46.9 43.8 45.1 757 194 21 23 15 10 8 5 14 7 10 6 4,935.4 1,164.0 111.2 234.1 99.7 42.0 132.4 34.0 66.6 46.7 50.5 27.1 829 152 22 15 15 8 9 11 6 6 2 1 5,092.1 920.4 125.4 95.0 100.7 20.0 43.2 70.8 34.2 32.1 8.2

7.1 RPS 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 15.1 0 0.0 4 21.5 6 32.8 2 19.7 1 5.6 SIEC CEC SPEC FEC GJU SWEC CDEC NAEC TCMU CVEC LCEC NORA COAED 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7.3 0.0 0.0 7.0 0.0 5.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2.3 5.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.4 5.0 1 1 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 0.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.6 9.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 15.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.9 15.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3.1 0.0 3.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

2.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2 2 3 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 12.8 8.6 21.5 12.4 10.5 0.0 5.2 0.0 11.4 0.0 0.0 15.7 0.0 3 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17.4 62.8 1.4 0.0 6.9 12.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

2 0 0 5.2 8.1 6.7 0.0 6.6 14.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 17.3 10.2 0.0 0.0 Totals 2 5 328 1246.9 847 4,344 994 5,535 1099 6,868 1103 7,198 1061 7,097 1054 6,866 1073 6,534 32 33 Concept sketch of 1.2 kW PV system on a pole. A way to quickly install a system using a lighting pole ground screw. 34 36

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