Installation

Shepherd’s Well Wind Measurement Tower

In early November 2004, Williams put up a 50 meter (165 foot) measurement tower in Hopkins Memorial forest near the crest of the Taconic Ridge in Massachusetts. The tower supports anemometers at 50, 40, and 30 meters, wind vanes at 50 and 40 meters, and a thermometer. The data from the instruments are stored in

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Susie Hopkins Solar Hot Water

This is an evacuated tube solar collector system installed in the summer of 2009. It supplies preheated hot water to the buildings’ domestic hot water system, decreasing the amount of fossil fuel necessary for hot water generation.

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Lambert Solar Hot Water

This is an evacuated tube solar collector system installed in the summer of 2009. It supplies preheated hot water to the buildings’ domestic hot water system, decreasing the amount of fossil fuel necessary for hot water generation.

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Fort Hoosac Solar Hot Water

In late 2006, Williams installed a solar hot water system on Fort Hoosac, a dormitory that houses 13 graduate students from the History of Art Program. The system consists of evacuated tube solar collectors that absorb the sun’s energy and convert it to heat. That heat is then used to pre-heat cold water before it

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Library Offsite Shelving PV

Current production: kilowatts Maximum possible production: 26.88 kilowatts Install date: 2008 Area of panels: 233 m2

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Morley Science Center PV

Current production: kilowatts Maximum possible production: 7.2 kilowatts Install date: 2004 Area of panels: 58 m2   The image at left was taken by a webcam on the roof of Morley Science Center. Click here to access the webcam. Enter the user name “pvcamera” and password “morley”. (Some features only work in Internet Explorer.) You

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