Client: Royal Park Tennis Club
Feasibility study, Tender Documents, Construction & Commissioning Oversight
- Preliminary Phase: June 2018
- Design Phase: July 2018
- Construction Phase: August 2018
- System Commissioning: September 2018
Pro-bono work by CTP, giving back to the local community.
Expert designs for a solar + battery system for the club house building.
Achieving the best value for money result for the club and its members!
The club house building is heritage listed, which meant that structural drawings had to be assessed and the solar system designed around the no-go zones.
The club has a spiky load profile due to floodlights at night and recently upgraded to LEDs, which required detailed financial modeling to come up with the business case.
- A system that meets the club’s daytime loads most of the time and saves excess energy in the DC-coupled battery system. Cuts the club’s power bills in half, with a single-digit year payback period. Great for the club’s green branding as both panels and the battery system are highly visible for the players when enjoying a hit on the courts.