Wake Robin Learning Center

Longview, WA
  • As of 6:22am PDT
  • Power
    Output
    49.0 W
  • Irradiance
    2.7 W/m2
  • Temperature
    Cell
    60.9°F
    Ambient
    60.5°F
  • Lifetime
  • 3,724.2 kWh
    5,213.9 lbs of CO2 Avoided

Weather

NA at 5:49am
57 °F/14 °C
NA at 5:49am
Wind direction: N
Wind speed: 0 mph

System Specs

4/11/2008
1.0 kW
30.0°
180.0° from North
37.4%

System Installer

  • Christenson Electric
This week, Wake Robin Learning Center generated Kilowatt-hours of electricity.From fossil-fueled sources, this amount of electricity would have emitted lbs of CO2 into the atmosphere.

This could power:

  • An electric toothbrush for
  • A 42" plasma-screen television for
  • A typical video game system for

Longview School District students can now learn about clean energy and the natural world at the 82-acre Wake Robin Learning Center, courtesy of a 1.1-kilowatt solar-electric system funded by Cowlitz County PUD. The solar project is also a learning tool that introduces students to renewable energy technology and provides them with an opportunity to explore global energy issues in an interactive, hands-on way. A web-based data monitoring system allows students to monitor real-time system performance and to download historical data for presentation and analysis. An interactive touch-screen kiosk inside the school displays live system data and information about conservation and other renewable energy sources.