Arthur Browne & Associates – Commercial Solar 2018-03-09T15:38:13+00:00

Commercial Solar Installation

CASE STUDY Arthur Browne & Associates

08/05/2017
System Size 37kW
System Specs1 x Fronius 3-Phase Inverter, 117 x 320W Solar Panels
Location 63 Wills St, Townsville City QLD 4810
Annual Prod. In Excess of 55 Megawatts
C02 Emissions Savings 60 Tonnes / year
ROI 3 Years

Arthur Browne & Associates is a highly respected Australian law firm. As a small law firm, they understand the importance of operating efficiently and reducing their impact on the environment. This has led to the installation of a commercial solar system to save on energy and operating costs thus benefiting Arthur Browne & Associates, and the customers they serve. Commercial solar is an affordable energy option that creates a sustainable future.

Given the ever increasing cost of power, Arthur Browne & Associates called on Solar Link Australia’s expertise to provide a power saving Solar Power Solution. Arthur Browne & Associates elected to install 117 Solar PV Modules for 37kW solar system. The panels have a positive tolerance providing reliable output and a guaranteed tolerance of +3%. They also have high module efficiency of up to 15.22%. Moreover, they are certified to withstand 2400 Pa of wind and snow loads of up to 5400P as well as withstand a direct hail hit due to its tempered glass cover that is tested to TUV Standards (25mm diameter ice ball at 23.0m/s), keeping users worry-free at times of harsh weather.

Fronius Inverters are Austrian made and built to precision. They are robust in their build & offer unmatched after sales technical support. Furthermore, with inbuilt comms functionality, Arthur Browne & Associates’ Solar power investment can be monitored via phone, tablet or laptop from anywhere in the world with a simple login.

Solar Link Australia is proud to supply & install the industry’s leading solar brands for Arthur Browne & Associates. Now they will not only save money by using solar but will also lead the way in their social and corporate responsibility to reduce its own carbon footprint.