June Key Delta Center 18.36 kW PV System Profile
Location:Portland, United States
PV system power:20.100 kWp
Annual Production:approx. 19,598 kWh (975 kWh/kWp)
CO2 avoided:Approx. 13.7 tons per annum
Modules:SolarWorld AG Sunmodule plus SW 270 mono (US) (03/12)
Communication:4 x SMA Webconnect
Inverter:Sunny Boy 4000TL-US-22
3 x Sunny Boy 5000TL-US-22


 The June Key Delta Community Center is anticipated to be a "living building," dedicated to the energy and foresight of Portland educator June Key. This green building project was developed by the Portland Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, with the vision of providing a community center to sustain the needs of the multi-cultural neighborhood it serves. In 2011, the June Key Delta Center was renovated to meet the Living Building Challenge design standard, a rigorous sustainable building certification program that promotes the most advanced measurement of sustainability in the built environment.

The electrical system is designed with energy efficient lighting, appliances and HVAC (including two air source heat pumps). A 18.36-kilowatt solar array crowning the roof of the facility offsets 100% of the facility's electrical needs. This project was made possible by funding from Pacific Power’s Blue Sky renewable energy program as well as a cash incentive from the Energy Trust of Oregon.
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