Powering a Local Food Pantry
IPS installed a 2.45 kW commercial solar power array on the roof of the Lewis Street Pantry location of the Helena Food Share in Helena, Montana.
Location: Helena, Montana
System Size: 2.45 kW
Project Type: Commercial Solar
Client: Helena Food Share
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SOLAR ON THE HELENA FOOD SHARE
Since 1987, Helena Food Share has provided emergency food to our neighbors in the greater Helena community. In 2007, IPS installed a 2.45 kW commercial solar power system on the roof of the Lewis Street Pantry at 1616 Lewis St. The system features 14 BP 175 watt solar panels and a Xantrex 2.5 240v solar inverter. This system was able to qualify for a solar grant from NorthWestern Energy. Learn more about Helena Food Share and how to get involved on their website.