Real Time Energy Data

Today’s Domestic Hot Water

Solar thermal rooftop arrays provide hot water (funded by a grant from the with matching funds from Tufts). The vertical axis of the graph shows the BTUs that where consumed to heat the domestic hot water (showers, dishwashers, laundry, etc.) The sum of the gas heated (blue) and solar heated (light green) water gives the total BTUs consumed for hot water. The dark green portion of the solar heated water is either used later or heat that is lost during storage.

Yesterday’s Domestic Hot Water

Current Temperature and Photovoltaic Power

23.8 kW Photovoltaic rooftop panels produce part of the electricity for Sophia Gordon Hall (funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts). Production is highest during cool sunny days.

Today’s Solar Electricity Production

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23.8 kW Photovoltaic rooftop panels produce part of the electricity for Sophia Gordon Hall (funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts). Production is highest during cool sunny days.

Yesterday’s Solar Electricity Production

4-Week Solar Electricity Production

To display numeric value, hover over a bar in the graph.
23.8 kW Photovoltaic rooftop panels produce part of the electricity for Sophia Gordon Hall (funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts). Production is highest during cool sunny days.

Today’s Domestic Hot Water

Solar thermal rooftop arrays provide hot water (funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts). The vertical axis of the graph shows the BTUs that where consumed to heat the domestic hot water (showers, dishwashers, laundry, etc.) The sum of the gas heated (blue) and solar heated (light green) water gives the total BTUs consumed for hot water. The dark green portion of the solar heated water is either used later or heat that is lost during storage.

Yesterday’s Domestic Hot Water

Today’s Domestic Hot Water – Pie

Solar thermal rooftop arrays provide hot water (funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts). The sum of the gas heated (blue) and solar heated (light green) water gives the total BTUs consumed for hot water. The dark green portion of the solar heated water is either used later or heat that is lost during storage.

Yesterday’s Domestic Hot Water – Pie

4-Week Domestic Hot Water

To display numeric value, hover over a bar in the graph.
Solar thermal rooftop arrays provide hot water. This part of the project was funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts. The vertical axis of the graph shows the BTUs that were consumed to heat the domestic hot water (showers, dishwashers, laundry, etc.) The sum of the gas heated (blue) and solar heated (light green) water gives the total BTUs consumed for hot water. The dark green portion of the solar heated water is either used later or heat that is lost during storage.

4-Week Domestic Hot Water – Pie

Solar thermal rooftop arrays provide hot water. This part of the project was funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative with matching funds from Tufts. The sum of the gas heated (blue) and solar heated (light green) water gives the total BTUs consumed for hot water. The dark green portion of the solar heated water is either used later or heat that is lost during storage.