Power Monitoring for the Philip Barbour High School

The Philip Barbour High School Career and Technical Education Center has a new power monitoring system that will allow students to learn about power production from renewable energy. 

 In 2007 Extreme Endeavors installed a renewable energy system which backfeeds the power grid at the Career and Technical Education Center from three different sources: wind, a bank of tipping solar panels and stationary solar panels. 

This system uses the IPAC modules and runs software developed by Extreme Endeavors to monitor the power being supplied by different forms of renewable energy.  The software logs the energy production data so that students can retrieve the information and learn about the productivity of renewable energy.

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