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Bloomington High School South                                              Return to Top of Page

   

NAME:  Bloomington High School South
PROJECT:  1.5 kW solar array
LOCATION:  1965 South Walnut Street, Bloomington
GRANT:  $8,000

In 2008, Bloomington High School South received an Alternative Power and Energy grant to install a 1.5 kW solar array on the school’s roof.  The school already boasts a solar racing team, and the high school students themselves helped to install the solar panels.  Since September 30, 2009, the solar panels have generated 1,400 kWh, saving the school nearly $200 in electrical costs.

 

Hilton Garden Inn--Indianapolis                                              Return to Top of Page
   

Hilton Garden Inn
Project:  4.05 kW solar array
Location:  10 East Market Street, Indianapolis 46204
Grant:  $19,600

Hilton Garden Inn has installed 18 225-watt SunPower modules on the roof of its 16-story building.  Through June 2009, the array has generated more than 1,700 kWh and has saved the hotel more than $125 in energy costs.  The Hilton Garden Inn’s Web site describes their other green practices, but also includes a link to their monitoring system so guests can track the amount of energy that has been generated.


Noblesville Wastewater Treatment                                            Return to Top of Page
   

City of Noblesville Wastewater Utility
Project:  Water boiler burner
Grant:  $24,000
Location:  Noblesville, Indiana

The City of Noblesville was awarded an Alternative Power and Energy grant to replace its inefficient digest/natural gas boiler with a new hot water boiler burner.  Through June 2009, it is estimated that this new system has offset approximately 318 MMBTU of natural gas and has saved the city more than $1,400 to date.


VPS Architecture                                                                         Return to Top of Page
   

 VPS Architecture
PROJECT:  7 kW solar array
LOCATION:  528 Main Street, Suite 400, Evansville
GRANT:  $24,300

In 2008, VPS Architecture received an Alternative Power and Energy grant to install a 7 kW solar array on their historic downtown building.  Since September 2009, the panels have generated close to 5,000 kWh, saving the firm $1,220 in electricity costs.

 

Indiana State Fair                                                                     Return to Top of Page

 

Indiana State Fair
Project: Wind Turbine/ Solar Panel Installation
Location: Indiana State Fair grounds, Indianapolis
Grant:$24,000

The Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis Installed a 3KW wind turbine,  and two rest area awnings with solar roofs.   The installations were completed in early spring, 2009 next to the Normandy Barn on the north side of the Fairgrounds.  Monitoring equipment so visitors may see how much electricity is being generated is located inside the Barn.

 

McCormick Motors                                                               Return to Top of Page

   

McCormick Motors
Project: Solar Panel Installation
Location: 1255 West Market Street Nappanee, Indiana
Grant:$24,300

McCormick Motors installed 26 solar panels with a 5.8 KW rating.  Prior to applying for funds from the Office of Energy Development, McCormick Motors partnered with Goshen Collge students who developmed an energy calculator to determine the feasibility of a solar or wind project at the dealership.  From February through June, 2009, the dealership ha experienced more than $500.00 in energy cost savings.

 

Rochester New Holland Dealership                                        Return to Top of Page

 

 

 

Rochester New Holland Dealership
Project:
 Wind Turbine Installation
Location: 1260 East 100 South Rochester, Indiana
Grant:$24,300

The New Holland farm equipment dealer in Rochester, Indiana installed a wind turbine right next to one of the facilities buildings.  Jim Straeter at the dealership says they believe they saved some $9,000 in the cost of the installation by utilizing some tools and expertise available within their organization.  Using an auxilary tower with a winch cable, the turbine tower was tilted up into place


 

Englewood Community Development Corporation                Return to Top of Page

 

 

Englewood Community Development Corporation
Project:
Green Roof Installation
Location:
2807 East 10th Street, Indianapolis
Grant:
$8,500 from the Public Facilities Improvement Grant Program

This project is centered around the creation of a first of a kind “green roof” or eco-roof in
Indianapolis as well as the installation of additional roof insulation as part of
a full energy efficient and “green” renovation of a long vacant, highly visible and
important 2,000 square foot commercial storefront building in the southeast corner of
East 10th & Rural Streets on the near eastside of Indianapolis.

Studies have repeatedly shown that green roofs can help reduce summer cooling costs in low one-story buildings from 25% to 75%, and winter heating costs from 5% to 20%.

The live roof is flourishing, with minimal watering.

One corner of the roof has been left open for mechanicals (which will be screened).

 

Hoover Farms Wind Project                                                   Return to Top of Page

 

 

Hoover Farms Wind Project
Project: Wind turbine installation
Location: Tipton, Indiana
Grant: $35,000 from the Alternative Power & Energy grant program

Debbie Hoover was awarded a grant to install wind turbines at her Tipton Indiana Farm. Hoover wanted the turbines to power crop tunnels, where the family grows salad greens. The grant paid for about half the cost of the installation. The Hoover Farm is serviced by Duke Energy. When electricity is being generated by the wind turbines, the farm's electric usage (and their bill) is offset by that amount.

The five Skystream 1.8 Kilowatt wind turbines operate when wind speeds are between 8 and 140 mph. Wwind speeds and power generation will be tracked by computer.

Debbie Hoover recevied the grant in December, 2006. Construction had to wait for Spring. The turbines were installed on May 13, 2007.


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