Completed in 2009 the Waubra Wind Farm was an innovative and renewable project for the local and distant area. With time frame demands Leeson Electrical complete the DC and AC wiring and control requirements ready for commissioningon 16.5MW of Wind Turbines.
With extreme conditions and safety hazards Leeson Electrical were trained for the heights works and emergency rescue procedures. The project was completed with a perfect safety record by Leeson Electrical with all timeframes adhered to. With the turbines reaching 80 metres in height and blade circumference of 70 metres this project proved to be one of Leeson Electricals most interesting projects.
This fish eye view is a solar installation at a Church in Balwyn. Due to the steep roof pitch a boom lift was required for installation of 21 x 235 watt Lightway OP+ panels and a 5kw Effekta inverter. Our installers are trained working at heights and we enjoy a technical challenge for installation.
Leeson Solar’s 30Kw grid connect system installation at Saint Anthony’s Church in Heathcote, Victoria was another opportunity for Leeson Solar to stand at the forefront of Australia’s solar power industry. The team’s challenge at Saint Anthony’s was to accommodate the size and weight of the P.V. array. This 30Kw array, in excess of 2 tonne, is a heavy system for any single roofing structure. A standard rail based mounting system would have added considerably more heft to this large system, and considerable additional loading to the structure. By utilizing a rail-less mounting system and incorporating The Leeson Group’s existing work and safety processes, Leeson Solar completed this installation in less than four days, while limiting the overall system’s weight safely within the structures load bearing capacity.
With the requirement to mount the inverters at high levels due their placement in a public access area Leeson Solar successfully applied to Energy Safe Victoria for an exemption.