Project Summary: Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) Biscayne Hall, Ft. Myers, FL
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|Project Name||Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) Biscayne Hall|
|Date Operational||April 2009|
|Building Type||Multi-unit residential|
|Building or Application Size||411 Rooms|
|Collector Area||960 ft2|
|Storage System Type||Water|
|Storage Size||2,608 gallons|
|System Installation Contractor||Regenesis Energy Services|
|Contractor Contact||Dell Jones|
|Brief Project Description||
The 24 collector system is installed on the roof of a dormitory in the South Village housing complex. The system economics work well, as the backup source for hot water is electricity.
|Utility Involvement||The project is part of a campus-wide solar development. A 2 MW photovoltaic system provides power to the campus.|
|For More Information||FGCU and Solar Energy Web site|
|Project Contact||Dell Jones|
|Date Information Updated||5/3/2010|