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Solar Power Feedlot Sun Shade

SolarPower Feed Bunk Cover Shade

Do you have a Livestock Feedlot?  Have you ever considered a Solar Power Feed Bunk Cover Shade for your feedlot?  With a clean energy solar system such this CAD Solar System design by Scotty you will be not only providing cover and shade for your livestock when they are feeding, it will generate income from the Sun for your operation.

The Solar Feed Bunk Cover Shade in these pictures is designed with American SunPower Solar Panels, covers 4000 sq feet, and is estimated to produce 59,680 watts of clean pollution free energy (based on 230w panels that produce 14.92 w/sq ft- (Other higher Output power producing solar panels are available-I used the 230w solar panels since they were already integrated into my computer drafting program from past Solar Projects I’ve designed.  To get the most bang for the buck I recommend the 300 or 400 watt solar panels )

The following CAD designs are examples of the Solar Power Feedbunk Cover – Shade designed by Scotts Contracting-StLouis Renewable Energy that could be added to your existing structure or could be site built to fit your cattle feeding operation.  This example uses my Fathers Missouri Beef Cattle Operation.

 Solar Power Feedbunk Cover Shade designed by Scotts Contracting-StLouis Renewable Energy
 Solar Power Feedbunk Cover – Shade 
The Solar Power Feed Bunk Cover Shade can be added to an existing beef cattle feedlot such as the one pictured below.
If an existing Feedlot shading system is not already in place it is possible to design build a Solar Power Shade to fit over your existing feed bunks.
it is possible to design build a Solar Power Shade to fit over your existing feed bunks
it is possible to design build a Solar Power Shade to fit over your existing feed bunks
Birds Eye view of the SolarPower Feed Bunk Cover Shade, Cattle Pens, Barns, and Silo
Birds Eye view of the SolarPower Feed Bunk Cover Shade, Cattle Pens, Barns, and Silo
Birds Eye view of the SolarPower Feed Bunk Cover Shade, Cattle Pens, Barns, and Silo
The following Diagram is the Suns yearly path over the SolarPower Feed Bunk Cover Shade
Suns yearly path over the SolarPower Feed Bunk Cover Shade

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Introducing the NewPower™ Standard

the World’s First: Triple-Redundant Alternative Power System For Homes and Business

Your Building will never lose power again with this robust power system;

  • 4500 Watt Solar Power Generation

  • 8000 Watt Line-Interactive Inverter / Battery Back-up UPS / Power Center

  • 8000 Watt Stand-by Generator to refresh the battery supply until the sun comes up or the grid is restored

 

Solar Battery Generator, will keep your Electricity Going
Never Lose Power Again With The Triple-Redundant “Perpetual” Power System-Your Building will never lose power again with this robust power system;

4500 Watt Solar Power Generation
8000 Watt Line-Interactive Inverter / Battery Back-up UPS / Power Center
8000 Watt Stand-by Generator to refresh the battery supply until the sun comes up or the grid is restored
Scotts Contracting offers Made In America Green and Sustainable Building Materials
Renewable Energy Is America’s Future
Adjustable Dual Array, Pole-Mounted Solar Panels Convert The Sun’s Energy Into 4500 Watts of Electricity
Adjustable Dual Array, Pole-Mounted Solar Panels Convert The Sun’s Energy Into 4500 Watts of Electricity

Generac® Automatic Stand-by Generators Are America’s #1 Brand

 8000 Watt Stand-by Generator to refresh the battery supply until the sun comes up or the grid is restored

  • 8000 Watt stand-by generator
  • Runs on LP or NG
  • Designed for quiet operation
  • Recharges batteries in Power Center when required
  • Automatic self-test weekly

​Learn More about the

NewPower™ by watching the Power Point Presentation

or fill in the form below and Scotty will reply to your inquiry.

 

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27 January, 2013 10:42

Introducing the NewPower™ Standard

the World’s First: Triple-Redundant Alternative Power System For Homes and Business

 Your Building will never lose power again with this robust power system

  • 4500 Watt Solar Power Generation

  • 8000 Watt Line-Interactive Inverter / Battery Back-up UPS / Power Center

  • 8000 Watt Stand-by Generator to refresh the battery supply until the sun comes up or the grid is restored

Learn more about the system in the Next Post- http://scottscontracting.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/introducing-the-newpower-standard/ or Check out the NEW POWER WEB PAGE

 

INSTALLING A SOLAR SYSTEM IN ST LOUIS MO-CAD Designs

Solar Equipment-Typical St Louis Home-CAD Designs

INSTALLING A RENEWABLE ENERGY SOLAR SYSTEM
IN ST LOUIS MISSOURI

CAD Examples and Components Needed for a Typical Roof Mount Solar System
provided by Scotty-Scotts Contracting, St Louis Renewable Energy

CAD Diagram-Exterior View of Materials Needed-Typical Solar System

CAD DIAGRAM-EXTERIOR VIEW OF MATERIALS NEEDED

TYPICAL SOLAR SYSTEM

CAD Diagram-Interior View of Materials Needed-Typical Solar System

CAD DIAGRAM-INTERIOR VIEW OF MATERIALS
NEEDED-TYPICAL SOLAR SYSTEM

COMPONENTS THAT MAKE UP A TYPICAL SOLAR SYSTEM

INVERTERS

A solar inverter, or PV inverter, converts the ‘Suns Rays’ variable direct current (DC) output of a photovoltaic(PV) solar panel into a utility frequency alternating current (AC) that can be fed into a commercial electrical grid or used by a local, off-grid electrical network [home]. It is a critical component in a photovoltaic system, allowing the use of ordinary commercial appliances. Solar inverters have special functions adapted for use with photovoltaic arrays, including maximum power point tracking and anti-islandingprotection.

Solar PanelsA solar panel (also solar module, photovoltaic module or photovoltaic panel) is a packaged, connected assembly of photovoltaic cells. The solar panel can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each panel is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 320 watts. The efficiency of a panel determines the area of a panel given the same rated output – an 8% efficient 230 watt panel will have twice the area of a 16% efficient 230 watt panel. Because a single solar panel can produce only a limited amount of power, most installations contain multiple panels. A photovoltaic system typically includes an array of solar panels, an inverter, and sometimes abattery and or solar tracker and interconnection wiring.
Smart MeterMonitoring and meteringThe metering must be able to accumulate energy units in both directions or two meters must be used. Many meters accumulate bidirectionally, some systems use two meters, but a unidirectional meter (with detent) will not accumulate energy from any resultant feed into the grid.[13]In some countries, for installations over 30kWp a frequency and a voltage monitor with disconnection of all phases is required. This is done to prevent supplying excess power to the grid, in the unusual case where more solar power is being generated than can be accommodated by the utility, and can not either be exported or stored. Grid operators historically have needed to provide transmission lines and generation capacity. Now they need to also provide storage. This is normally hydro-storage, but other means of storage are used. Initially storage was used so that baseload generators could operate at full output. With variable renewable energy, storage is needed to allow power generation whenever it is available, and consumption whenever it is needed. The two variables a grid operator have are storing electricity for when it is needed, or transmitting it to where it is needed. If both of those fail, installations over 30kWp can automatically shut done, although in practice all inverters maintain voltage regulation and stop supplying power if the load is inadequate. Grid operators have the option of curtailing excess generation from large systems, although this is more commonly done with wind power than solar power, and results in a substantial loss of revenue.[14] Inverters have the unique option of supplying reactive power which can be advantageous in matching load requirements.[15]

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CAD Designs for Adding a 2nd Story Addition on a 1 story Building

CAD Options Designed by Scotty-Scotts Contracting

Designed by Scotty-Scotts Contracting-Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired 2nd Floor Room Addition-Additional Green Features: Photovoltaic Solar System- Passive Solar Design for Natural Day-lighting thru a bank of windows on the West Wall.

Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired 2nd Floor Room Addition-Green Features: Photovoltaic Solar Sytem- Passive Solar Design for Natural Daylighting

CAD All Stucco Option for 2nd Floor Room Addition Designed by Scotts Contracting
CAD All Stucco Option for 2nd Floor Room Addition Designed by Scotts Contracting

Designed by Scotty-Scotts Contracting- Client Option Brick and Stucco

All Brick Masonry Design Option
Design Build Masonry Option for adding a 2nd Story onto a 1 story building. Designed by Scotty-Scotts Contracting

Designed by Scotty-Siding and Brick option for building a 2nd story on a 1 story building

Reduced Solar Prices-March Madness Solar Prices!

March Madness Solar Prices!

On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 3:51 PM, Scotty-Scotts Contracting, St Louis Renewable Energy <scottscontracting> wrote:

Westinghouse Solarsun for everyone TM
Westinghouse Solar 235W AC Panels Now Shipping – Introductory Pricing Promotion Available
March Madness Solar Prices!Our BEST PRICING EVER is now available for our industry leading Westinghouse Solar AC 235watt module, complete with an integrated Enphase microinverter:

Westinghouse Solar AC 235watt Panel (w/Built-In Racking)
+ Enphase microinverter (Built-In)

 

Our BEST PRICING EVER is now available for our industry leading Westinghouse Solar AC 235watt module, complete with an integrated Enphase microinverter:

Westinghouse Solar AC 235watt Panel (w/Built-In Racking)
+ Enphase microinverter (Built-In)
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As low as $1.93 per watt!

Hurry – offer ends March 31, 2012.

To Order - Contact Scotts Contracting, St Louis Renewable Energy Your Westinghouse Solar Account Manager for the St Louis Region

CSP-design with Heat Recovery Unit for added Energy Savings

UPDATE:  Concentrated Solar Power Design with Added Heat Recovery Unit

Seeking Assistance to bring this design to market.  

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Concentrated Solar Power with Heat Recovery Unit Designed by Scotts Contracting 11/01/2011
Concentrated Solar Power with Heat Recovery Unit Designed by Scotts Contracting 11/01/2011
Updated Concentrated Solar Power Photovoltaic Design with Added

Automatic Heat Recovery Unit for Dual Energy Savings

This is an update on the CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) design with Heat Recovery Unit for added Energy Savings.

Design Features:

  • Energy via the Automatic Heat Recovery Unit

Notes:

  • Many of the CSP designs on the Market today “create steam to generate electricity”.  This design will create electricity efficiently via Photo-voltaic Cells in the receiver; thus eliminating the need for Steam Engines.  It also generates heat to be used in the Heat Recovery Unit (twice as much usable energy for today’s home and business).
  • Heat Recovery Unit incorporates an automatic air handler set by thermostat for transferring climatically controlled air movement.
  • This design works exceptionally well during the winter time when the sun’s radiation is at it lowest radiation level.  Concentrated Solar Power will soon be available for non-desert regions and easily adaptable for any region.

Seeking Assistance to further Develop this CSP Design2.  Please use the Contact Form Below for additional info and Scotty, Scotts Contracting will reply ASAP.

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Residential Solar Electric Systems for $132/month

My Solar Supplier is offering Residential Financing with

monthly payments lower than your current electricity bill from Ameren.

Payments as low as $132/month for a 5Kw system.

No down payment required. Not a leasing program.

Email me for the specifics at: scottscontracting@gmail.com or use the Form Below.

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Business Proposal-Concentrated Solar Power

CSP-Design will enable every homeowner an option for Inexpensive Photovoltaic System for their Home or Business.

Lets Make Producing Solar Energy Affordable for Every Budget!

Business Proposal1

In many of the calls from people who desire a solar photovoltaic system for their property I have found that the biggest hurdles to overcome are:
  • Total Costs of the System (Thousands of dollars that do not produce as reasonable return on the investment that is under 15 years) and or
  • Their Property Lacks the Area Needed (Total square footage of roof space) to install a field of solar panels that are needed to generate the required electricity to supply the needs of their building.

The CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) design I have been engineering and designing will overcome both of these hurdles and can be adapted for any roofing system and ground mount capabilities.

This Business Proposal is open to: People, Groups, and Organizations who are not affiliated with the following industries: fossil fuels or nuclear.
I am not trying to re-invent2 the wheel with my design and plan to adapt and use various individual components from the leaders in the photovoltaic industry that are currently on the market today.
To make this invention a viable solution and bring the product to market. I am seeking investors who are interested in assisting me with this project. To include:
  1. Monetary donations
  2. Copyright and assistance in establishing a corporation.
  3. Engineering assistance to fine tune the CSP design that will include real-world stats on the electrical output that is generated from the CSP system.
  4. Manufacturing assistance once the final design is configured.
At this stage in building the promotional model. I am relatively confident that I can build the system between $400.00-$1,000.00 and it will supply the same electrical output of a a system that uses 3-4 solar panels. This is a savings of 66% when compared to the costs of current solar panels on the market today.
I am still working out the percentages of income that investors are entitled to, and am not seeking monetary donations at this time. If you would like to learn more about the offering use scottscontracting@gmail.com and I will return any inquires for this offering.
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1Initial Exploratory Public Offering For CSP Design-4/17/2011 This heading was changed- to Business Proposal 4/22/11- I do not own a publicly traded company.

2Archimedes was the first Concentrated Solar Designer and many companies and individuals have improved upon these principles

Exploratory Public Offering For CSP Design

Concentrated Solar Power

Design will enable every homeowner an option for Inexpensive Photovoltaic System for their Home or Business.

Initial Exploratory Public Offering For CSP Design-4/17/2011 Has been re-named to: Business Proposal 

[I do not own a publicly traded Company.4/22/2011]

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1Archimedes was the first Concentrated Solar Designer and many companies and individuals have improved upon these principles

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