Dane County’s first solar-powered park and campground at William G. Lunney Lake Farm County Park began producing energy in 2021. The solar system at the park has more than 460 solar panels located on four structures (two shelters and two buildings) and feeds energy to two inverters (energy converters). The system provides about 90% of the electricity used by campers, day-use visitors, and staff and visitors at the Lussier Family Heritage Center.
The graphs below will display the energy outputs for the two inverters:
Inverter #1: solar panels at the shelter near Heritage Center and the Heritage Center roof
Inverter #2: solar panels at the shelter near campground and the shower house roof