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KI harnesses sun power at Bellevue design facility

Solar system is largest in Northeastern Wisconsin

7:22 AM, Jan. 18, 2013
KI recently completed a 115-kilowatt solar array on the roof of its design and development facility at 1220 Bellevue St. in Bellevue. It is KI's first solar project.
KI recently completed a 115-kilowatt solar array on the roof of its design and development facility at 1220 Bellevue St. in Bellevue. It is KI's first solar project.
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KI is letting the sun shine on.

The company recently completed installation of a solar photovoltaic system that is the largest in Northeastern Wisconsin on the roof of its design and development facility, 1220 Bellevue St. The 115-kilowatt array consists of 480 PV solar panels covering 22,820 square feet. It can produce about 152,640 kilowatt hours of electricity annually, enough to provide electricity to 13 houses.

It will provide 85 percent or more of the design center's needs. Sustainability manager Lisa Evanson said the array produces more electricity in the summer when days are ...

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