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Dept. of Energy
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Washington
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Solar air conditioning   ( lcsh )
Solar heating   ( lcsh )
Solar water heaters   ( lcsh )
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National solar data program.
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Monthly Catalog Number: gp 80010087
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National solar heating and cooling demonstration program.
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SOLAR/2017-79/04

Monthly

Performance

Report


ALABAMA POWER COMPANY
APRIL 1979


U.S. Department of Energy

SNational Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program

National Solar Data Program
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NOTICE
This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by tne United States
Government. Neither the United States nor the United States Department of Energy, nor
any of their employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees,
make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal liability or responsibility for
the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product or
process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights.









MONTHLY PERFORMANCE REPORT
ALABAMA POWER COMPANY
APRIL 1979

I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The Alabama Power Company solar energy site is a two and one-half story com-
mercial office building located in Montevallo, Alabama. The building has a
floor area of approximately 17,000 square feet. The solar energy system is
designed to provide 57 percent of the annual domestic hot water and space
heating demands and up to 18 percent of the annual space cooling demand.


The collector subsystem includes four rows of flat-plate double glazed
collectors. The gross area of the collectors is 2,340 square feet. The
collectors are supplemented by two types of reflectors. The rear three
rows of the collectors have facing mirrors sloped at 45 degrees from the
horizontal while the collectors are sloped at 30 degrees from the horizontal,
facing south. All four rows of collectors have vertical mirrors mounted
at the tops of the collector frames. The total area of the sloped reflec-
tors is 2,250 square feet and the total area of the vertical reflectors is
740 square feet. The collection transport fluid is water and a drain-down
method of freeze protection is used. An 8,000 gallon tank is used to
store solar energy.

Domestic hot water (DHW) preheating is accomplished by means of a heat
exchanger tube passing through the solar storage tank. Solar preheating
is supplemented, as required, by a 120-gallon electric water heater.

There are seven independently controlled heating/cooling zones. Each zone
is supplied by its own air-handling unit. The air-handling units have
both hot and cold water lines to allow each unit to be used and controlled
independently of the other six parallel units.

Space heating is provided by pumping water from the solar storage tank
through heating coils in the air-handling units. The water from solar
storage is passed through an electric auxiliary boiler prior to entering
the coils of the air-handling units. If the water temperature in the


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solar storage tank is too low to meet the heating demand, the electric
boiler is used to provide additional heating to the water, as required.


Solar energy used in cooling is provided by passing water directly from
the collectors to the generator section of a 25-ton absorption chiller.
Auxiliary cooling is provided by a 30-ton electric reciprocating chiller
which is used in parallel with the absorption machine. An 8,000-gallon
chilled water storage tank is also included in the system. This chilled
water storage tank can be supplied by the absorption machine or by the
reciprocating chiller during off-peak hours.


The system, shown schematically in Figure 1, has four modes of solar
operation.


Mode 1 Collector to Storage: This mode is enabled by a time clock during
daylight hours and it is entered when the temperature of the water at the col-
lector outlet exceeds the temperature of the water in the solar storage tank by
approximately 100F. This temperature differential is adjustable and is to
be adjusted for optimum performance based on operational experience. The mode
is terminated when the collector outlet temperature no longer exceeds the
storage tank temperature by the adjusted value or when the time clock dis-
ables the mode logic.


Mode 2 Collector to Cooling: This mode is entered out of Mode 1 when
the collector outlet water temperature reaches or exceeds 165F. Water
from the collectors is diverted directly to the generator section of the
absorption chiller before returning to solar storage. Evaporator outlet
water is passed to the cooling coils in the air handlers whenever a cooling
demand exists. If no cooling demand exists during this mode, the chilled
water from the absorption machine passes into the chilled water storage
tank. In this mode, the adsorption machine functions in parallel with the
electric chiller to supply the building cooling load. Since heating and
cooling are independently controlled by each zone, it is possible to have
this mode and Mode 3 active simultaneously. The mode is terminated when
the absorption machine generator inlet water temperature drops to 1570F.




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COLLECTOR
SCOLLECTORS










COLLECTOR
BANK NO 3
23 COLLECTORS










COLLECTOR
SAK NO 2
37 COLLECTORS










COLLECTOR
BANK NO 1
" COLLECTORS


Figure 1. ALABAMA POWER SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM SCHEMA TIC









Mode 3 Storage to Space Heating: This mode is initiated when a demand for
space heating occurs at any of the independently controlled heating/cooling
zones or when the outdoor air temperature drops below 65F. Water from the
solar storage tank is pumped through the auxiliary boiler, out to the air
handling units and returned to storage. If the temperature of the water in
the solar storage tank is above the limit value of 1400F, blending of solar
storage water and space heating return water occurs to maintain a boiler
inlet water temperature below 1400F. The minimum control temperature for
space heating supply is varied with outside air temperature. When the out-
side air temperature is 650F, the minimum space heating water temperature is
80*F. When the outside air temperature is 250F, the minimum space heating
water temperature is 1200F. The boiler is activated, as required, to main-
tain the minimum space heating temperature according to the control tempera-
ture just described. If the solar storage tank temperature is below the
temperature of the space heating return water, the solar storage tank is
bypassed by the return water. This mode can be active simultaneously with
Mode 2 since heating and cooling demands are independently determined by
each of the heating/cooling zones.


Mode 4 DHW Preheating: This mode is accomplished independently of the
other three solar modes. Incoming city (makeup) water and recirculation
return water are passed through a U-tube heat exchanger in the solar stor-
age tank when the temperature of the water in storage exceeds the DHW heat
exchanger inlet water temperature. From the heat exchanger the water returns
to the 120-gallon DHW tank which contains an electric auxiliary heating
element to supplement the solar preheat. Water from the DHW tank is contin-
uously recirculated through the building's hot water lines and returned to the
DHW tank via the heat exchanger or directly.


II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

The system performance evaluations discussed in this section are based
primarily on the anlaysis of the data presented in the attached computer-
generated monthly report. This attached report consists of daily site
thermal and energy values for each subsystem, plus environmental data.


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The performance factors discussed in this report are based upon the
definitions contained in NBSIR 76-1137, Thermal Data Requirements and
Performance Evalution Procedures for the National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program.


A. Introduction


The Alabama Power Company solar energy site was in operation during the
entire month of April. The solar energy system supplied approximately
17 percent of the combined loads for DHW, space heating and space
cooling. Space cooling was the primary load for the month but none of
this load was supported by solar energy since the solar heated water was
not hot enough to support absorption cooling.

B. Weather


The average ambient temperature for April was 630F with an average daytime
ambient temperature of 660F. The long-term average temperature for April
is 630F for the Birmingham, Alabama area. With these mild temperatures,
the heating and cooling loads are expected to be small for April. The total
incident insolation on the collector array was 102.7 million Btu for an
average of 1,415 Btu/ft2-day. This was below the April average of 1,834
Btu/ft2-day derived from long-term data for the Birmingham area.


C. System Thermal Performance


Collector Of the 102.7 million Btu of solar energy incident upon the
collector array during April, 39.77 million Btu were incident when the
collector pump (CP1) was operating. The system produced a net collec-
tion of 13.00 million Btu, which was 13 percent of the total incident
radiation. The net collection of 13.00 million Btu was the result of
15.22 million Btu measured gain through the collectors reduced by a
measured rejection of 2.31 million Btu. The relatively high level of
energy rejection through the collectors was the result of frequent
operation of the collector pump at times when insolation was too low for
collection. The operating energy (collector pump power) for the collector
subsystem was 1.54 million Btu during April.


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Energy Collection and Storage Subsystem The energy collection and
storage subsystem (ECSS) Includes the collector array, the solar storage
tank and the lines connecting these elements to each other. The ECSS is
connected to the load subsystems by supply and return lines. Figure 2
illustrates the ECSS and its energy flow paths. The net input to the
ECSS through the collectors was 12.91 million Btu (15.22 million Btu
collected, less 2.31 million Btu rejected). The output from the ECSS to
the load subsystem connecting lines was 3.89 million Btu. Therefore,
the total loss of energy from the connecting lines and solar storage
tank was 6.92 million Btu.


Storage The measured input to the solar storage tank was 15.22 million
Btu while solar energy was being collected. The total measured output
from the solar storage tank was 6.27 million Btu. The measured temp-
erature in the solar storage tank indicated an increase of 2.10 million
Btu in stored energy for the month. Therefore, the calculated loss
through the walls of the storage tank was 6.85. This leaves 0.07 million
Btu in ECSS line losses to make up the remainder of the 6.92 million Btu
total ECSS losses.


Domestic Hot Water Load The DHW load calculation is based on the flow
through the DHW heat exchanger and the temperature difference between
the outlet and inlet of the DHW heat exchanger plus the auxiliary elec-
trical energy input to the DHW heater tank. The average temperature
maintained at the DHW tank outlet was 1030F during April. Due to col-
lector damage during the winter the recirculation pump EP300, which
normally runs continuously, was shut off for April. This was done to
prevent thermal siphoning from the 120-gallon DHW tank. Also, pump
EP300 was turned on periodically to heat the water in the DHW tank.
Consequently, of the 0.93 million Btu DHW load, only 15 percent, or
0.14 million Btu, was supplied by solar energy.

Space Heating Load The total measured space heating load for April was
5.25 million Btu, of which 3.56 million Btu, or 68 percent, were supplied
by solar energy. The remaining 1.69 million Btu were supplied by the


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HEATING
LOAD







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/ \ -- M

TO
DHW
SOLAR LOAD
STORAGE TANK


ECSS LINE LOSSES
(REPRESENTATIVE)


SOLAR TANK LOSSES


Figure 2. ALABAMA POWER COMPANY ECSS ENERGY FLOW SCHEMA TIC









electric boiler. The total operating energy for the space heating
subsystem was 1.07 million Btu of which 0.10 million Btu were charged
directly to the solar energy system. The operating energy charged
directly to the solar energy system was the pro-rata share of the
circulation pump (HWP1, HWP2) power required to circulate the heated
water through the space heating subsystem. Power to operate the air-
handler fans was not charged against solar energy since that power would
have been required regardless of whether a conventional or solar energy
system was used.


Space Cooling Load The total space cooling load for April was 42.81
million Btu. A negligible amount of this load was supported by solar
energy due to the low temperature of the solar heated water available
at the absorption chiller generator inlet. The absorption chiller was
active on one day for a short period of time and the operating energy
for space cooling charged to the solar energy system was 0.002 million
Btu. The operation of the auxiliary electric chiller is summarized in
the table entitled "Auxiliary Thermodynamic Conversion Equipment."


D. Observations


A significant penalty was imposed on the solar energy system by the high
percentage of energy rejected through the collectors. Due to the damaged
collectors, the space heating mode of solar energy system suffered con-
siderably, along with the space cooling mode, since the water temperature
in the storage tank was not raised sufficiently to supply either need.
Control system improvements and basic repairs are needed to optimize solar
energy collection and minimize rejection of energy through the collectors.


The seemingly high energy losses in the hot water storage tank are due
to two factors. The first is the expected losses from the tank with two
inches of polyurethane insulation. This calculates to be approximately
3.3 million Btu. Secondly, due to the placement of the collector control


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sensor, collector pumps were activated every half-hour in the morning to
determine an accurate collector outlet temperature. During the course
of the month, this resulted in a rejection of approximately 3.5 million
Btu of energy from the storage tank.


E. Energy Savings


A total electrical savings of 2.01 million Btu was calculated for the
Alabama Power Company solar energy system. The savings calculations for
DHW and space heating are based on the assumption that all load support
provided by solar energy would have been provided by an equal amount of
electrical energy. This load support is reduced by the amount of operating
energy charged to solar hot water heating and solar space heating. The
space cooling savings are calculated by obtaining the quotient of the
load supplied by the absorption chiller divided by the coefficient of
performance of a typical electric chiller (2.8) and subtracting the
operating energy charged to solar (absorption) cooling. The total
system savings is then calculated by summing the subsystem savings and
reducing that sum by the amount of operating energy required by the
ECSS.


III. ACTION STATUS


None.


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SOLao HATING ANr CnrLINC PrcMPSTPATION Don0'4M


vUNTHLY RCDPRT
SITcF sYMM Aov


SPL AP/?217-T 7Q 4


SITE: ALABAMA POWcP COMPANY, MONTFVALLC, AL
RFEORT P=R IOD: APRIL,107C


SITe/SYSTcM D SCPIPTIONN
ALABAMA POWRP SOLAP SYSTEM PROVIDES SUPPnR' TO SPACE HEATING SPACE
COOLI 'J ANn DOM cTIr HOT WAT P SYSTEMS. rt1 A H!=ATPO WeTI TS UTTLTZeD TC
nRIVF AN ABSORPTION CHILLER WHICH ASSISTS AN cLcrTPIC POWFRD CHILL L !N
PROVIDING SYSTEM Cont ING WATER. HEATCn WATFP FOP SUPPOPTI'G SPACF HEATING ANf
DOMESTIC HOT WATCP IS STORcD IN AN R000 GALLCr CAPACITY TANK. T H nnMFSTIC HnT
WATFP CONTINUOUS RFCIPCULATION LOOP INCLUDES FLOW THROUGH I HEAT EXCHANGER
LOCATED INSIDE THF STOPAGF TANY.
G(FNRAL SITP DATA:
INCInFNT SOLAR FNFRGv 102.658 MILLI


nN PTU


COLLFCTC= SOLAR FNFRGr
AVFAGE AMBIENT TFMDcPATUPE
AVERAGE BUILDING TFMPCPATUPc
ECSS SnLAR CONVERSION EclICIENCY
ECSS OPERATINrG FNERGV
TOTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL FNcRGY CONSJUMO


SUBSYSTFM SUMMARY:
LOAD
SOLAR FRACTION
SOLAR ENERGY USED
OnDFATING FNERGV
AUX. THFRMAL ENERGY
AUX. ELECTRIC cFJFL
AUX. FOSSIL FUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HOT WATER
0,034
15
0.135
0.084
0.703
0.793
N.A.
0.135
N.A.


HFATIMNG
5.754
6P
3.561
1.072
1.693
1.707
N.A.,
3.464
N.A.


rno ING
42.812
0
0.002
64.P45
12. A6
N. A.
0. n)C
N A .


41R71 kRTIl/Sn.cT.
12.9R7 MILLInN PTU
5550 BTIJ/Sn.cT.
(7 ncDRGccP F
77 DEGP cCS r


0.04
1.537 MILLION
67.Ao0 MILLION
95.257 MILLTnN

SYSTEM TnTAL
49.383 MILLION
P PFRCCNT
3.883 MIIt LION
67.692 MILLION
11.344 MILLTnN
15.281 MI LITON
N.A. MILLION
2.006 MILLION
N.A. MILLIOTh


SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FACTOR:


C. 170


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA
@ rENlTFS NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICARLF DATA
RFFERcNCF: USFR'S GUIDn TO TH MONTHLY DERFOPM~NCE R"POPT
OF THF NATIONAL SLAP DATA PRCGRAM,cFRRUARY 28,1978,
SOL AR/ 004-78/1


RTU
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SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING DFMrNSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY REPORT
SITE SUMMARY


SOLAP/2017-70/04


SITE: ALABAMA POWER COMPANY, MrNTEVALLO, AL
REPORT PFRTOD: APRIL,Q197


SITE/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:
ALARAMA POWER SOLAR SVSTPM PRCVTncS SUPPORT TO SPACE HEATING, SPACF
COOLING AND DOMESTIC HOT WATER SYSTEMS. SLAP HEATED WrTFR IS UtTILIZED TO
DRIVF AN ABSORPTICN CHTLLo WHICH ASSISTS AN r'LcCTrIC DOWCPRE :HILLFP IN
PROVIDING SYSTEM COOLING WATFR. HFATEn WATER FCR SUPPORTING SPACEP HEATING AND
DOMESTIC HOT WATER IS STORED IN AN 8000 GALLON CAPACITY TANK. THE DOMESTIC HOT
WATER CONTINUOUS RECTPCULATI IC LOOP INCLUncS FLOW THROUGH A HEAT FXCHANGPR
LOCATED INSIDE THP STOPPAGE TANK.
GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR ENERGY 10P.304 GTGA


COLLECTED SOLAR ENERGY
AVERAGE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AVFRAGP BUILDING TEMDPRATUQE
ECSS SOLAR CONVERSION EFITCTENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPFRATTNG PNERGY
TOTAL ENERGY CONSLMED


SUBSYSTEM SUMMARY:
LOAD
SOLAR FRACTION
SOLAR ENERGY US=D
OPERATING ENERGY
AUX. THERMAL FNG
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL FUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HOT WATER
15
0.142
0.089
0.837
0.P3-7
N.A.
0.142
hIoA,


HF TTNr
5.543
68
3.757
1.131
I "786
1. PC1
N.A.
3.654
N.A.


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45.167
C
0.07
0 ) 7
69. 1 1
13. ; 2 '
N. .
0.000
m.A .


JOULES


408201 KJ/SQ.M.
13.701 rTrA JO1JULC
63026 KJ/SQ.M.
17 DEoDCCS C
25 DFGPr S C
0.04
1.621 GIrA JO'LhPS
71.415 GIGA JO!JLFS
100.406 GTGA JOPIILF

SYSTEM TOTAL
52.Q099 GTGr JniLE r
8 PERCENT
4.007 GIGA JOP'lL'
71.415 GTr,A JOULe
11.068 GTGA JOULES
16.121 GIGA JnOILPE
N.A. GIGA JOULeS
2.116 GTA JnULFS
N.A. GTIGA JO lLES


SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FACTOR :


0.17Q


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA
@ DENOTES NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICARLe DATA
REFERENCE: USER'S GUTlr) TO THF MONTHLY PFPF'PMAM4NCE PRPPRT
OF THF NATInN6L SOLAR DATA PROGRAM, PcPluIAPV 28,1077p,
SOLAR/0004-78/1R







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STTC: ALARAMA POWFR CnMPANV, MONTFVALLC, AL
CF -cT PFPIOD: APRIL,1079


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SITE: ALARAMA DPOWR COMPANY, MONTCVALLr, AL
PFPORT PEPICC: APPIL,1979


SOLAR/?01 7-70/04


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5.450
4.7001
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4. 671
4.028
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1.075
1 .607
1.633
0.820
2. 946
5.072
5.21!
3,017
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I


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AM 0 1 cNT
T CI
PFDEG c


--I
I


OPER NATIONAL
INCIDeNT
FNFRGv
MILLION
PTU
0.000
C.000
0.745
c.203
2.969
0.000
0.000
1.432
S.811
2.528
0 .005
0.000
o.000
0.000
0.000
0.123
C.881
4.424
0.000
0.001
1.341
C.830
0.359
2.700
4.62P
0.000
0. 000
4.845
,0.770

1.326


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DFNOTFS NLLL DATA.
N.A. DFNOTFS NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


----------
C .LL rCTF)
SCLAP
ENePGY


o.nn,)
MTLLTnN
PTUI

C. rn
0.511
2.2'7A
1.168
o. ooon



0.000
r.qO
n ,onn
0. 171
0,000
C.COO
2.204
-C0.C43
1.476
0.000
0,CCO
-0.34
-C 540
-0.206
0 .826
1.~s5
0.000
0.0400
1.940
12.C97
0.433
0100 1
I----------


-----------
Irrn ttcTOP
APRAY
EcF IC rIENCY

I-------~
0.0000
0.000
0.00
0. 167
0.404
0.215
0.000
0.000
0. 19q
0.725
0.060
0.000
0.119
0. Ono
0.000
0. 000
0.000
-0.011
0.306
0.000
0.0009
-0.210
-0. 504
-0. 248
0.280
0.307
0.000
0.000
0.374

-----------
I-----------
N100


I ----------








SLAP HFATINr, AND COCLI 0 PFCNSTRATI N PP CRAM


MONTHt ocPnc T
STCPArc pcRFcpMA&rc


SITF: &AtI MA Pqwco COMPANY, MONTcVAl r, LA
REPDOT PEPIC': AoPIL,1979


SrtlAopi/7ri7-rco4


=N=PGY ENcRGY
TC FPCM
TORAGF SToRACc
ILl i!T MILTLON
RTU BTIl

0.000 0 .00
C. 000 C. 03
0.000 C.046
0.566 0.14-7
2.270 C.037"
1.215 0.40
0. no 0.000
0.000 C.000
0.861 0.020
1. 06 1.306
0.43' C.234
0.000 0.000
0.227 P. 096
.n000 0.000
0. 00 0.001
0. 000 C.29-7
0.000 0.000 no
2.204 C.370
O.04R C.111
1,557 0.084
. 000 C.000
0.000 0.000
0.0 07 0. 381
n_ nnn r_ c


n&Y
OmP
MONTH


S
M


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
'R
20
30

SUM
AVG
NRS In


/-----,-----
CHAN Nr
IN STCPT '
CNcRGY
MILLION
PTU
----------




S11PIP
-0.091
.Cq ~
-0.0 5
I.19
0.179
0.340
-0.91
0.51 '
-0.030
-0C.05
-1.016
-0.Q44
0.0 C70
-0 .291
-0.203
1.205
-C. 432
1.272
-0,210
-0.6"7
-0.7CP
-0.665
0.752
1.290
-0.316
-0.6p
1.474
CcO
2. OCC
-------2--
0.0 0 1'
C202
i-----------


STRifGF STnorAG
AVyto t PcTCIETNC
T CMD


In1 1. 00
0o 1.000
0 1.000
apI. ) f


96
1 OP
124
1?0
12P
124
130
131
123
112
111
110
107
106
116
126
131
141
137
124
11?
104
103
117
126
1 16
121


117


0. 1Q7
0.P14
0. 550
1.000
1.000
0.625
1.050
0.344
1. 000
-0. 26
1.000
1.000
1.000
1. 000
-4.745
0. P,71
1.000
1.000
-Q.986
1 .000
1. 000
0. 24
0. 959
1.000
1.000
0. 81q



N108


* FrIOTFS tJU AVAILARL= DATA.
@ DFNOTFS NLLL DATA.
N.A. DENOTPIF NOT APPLICALI7 DATA.


o.noo
q. nn

0.000
0.000


0.206
C.154
C. 227
0.561
C. 7rc


1 .Q4P 0.120
15.210 I6.269
----- ---- ----- -----
0.507 C.209

0200 C201










SOLAP HATING AND COOLING ncMCNSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY DEPOpT
HCT WATER SUBSYSTcM

SITE: ALABAMA POWER COMPANY, MONTEVALLO, AL
REPORT PERIOD: APPIL,1979


S't AR/2017-70/04


DAY
OF
MON.


I
2
4
5
6
7
I 8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
16
17
18
IQ
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
SUM
AVG
NBS
---- I


HOT SOLAR
WATER FR. OF
LOAD LCAD 1
MILLION PER
BTU CENT
0.030 100
0.034 1001
0.046 1001
0.064 24
0.034 01
0.025 0
0.019 0
0.021 01
0.026 0
0.025 01
0.022 01
0.030 0
0.050 01
0.036 0
0.038 4
0.036 0!
0.038 0
0.031 9'
0.027 0'
0.018 15
0.024 1)
0.019 0
0.027 0
0.037 3
0.034 0
0.040 0
0.026 0
0.019 17
0.034 11
0.024 0
0.0Q34
0.031 15
Q302 N300
- - - -


SOLAR
ENFPGY
USED
MILLION
BTU
-------- I
0.030
0. 034
0.046
0.009
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.000
0. 000
0.000'
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.00'
0.000
0.O03
0.000
0.003
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.000
0. 000
0.000
0.003
0.004
0.000
0.135
I -------
0.004
0300


OPER
ENPGY
MILLION
PTU
0.23,
0.023
0.0231
0.016'
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.0001
0.000
0.0001
0.000
O.00.n
0,000
0.000
0.0001
0. 000
0.0001
0.0001
O.noo
0.000
0.000
0.000'
0.000
C. n00
0.000
0.000'
0.000
0.0003
0, 00o4

0.003
0303


AUX
THERMAL
USED
MILLION
PTU

0.0001
C. OO
C.000
0.048
0.034
0.0251
0.019
0.021'
0.0261
0.02r;
0.022
0 .00o
0.050
0.0361
037
0.036
0.038
0.028
0.027
0.015
0.074
0.019
0.027
0.035
0 .034
C.040
0.026
0.016
n.031
0.0241
C.703
0.026
VC01


AUX
FLe(T
PUEL
MILLION
BTI)
o onn
0.000
0 :10c
0.000
0. 000
0.0481
0.C34
0.0251
0 .010
0.C21
0.n26
0.02
0.022
0 .030
0 .n35
0 C.37
0.C36
0 .08'R
0.029
0.027
0.0151
0.C24
0.019V
0.0271
0.035
0.0341
0.040
0.026
0.0161
0.C31
0. 024'
--------1
0.7c3
0.026
C305


AUX
FOSSIL
FUEL
MILLION
BTU

0



P
L
I
Si
A

L
F














I hl_ A


FLECT
FN PRGv
SAVI NGS
MILL ION
RTU
0.0 0
0 .0341
0.046
0 .0091
O .000
o .ooo
0.000
0 .000
0.000

0.000
0 .000
0.000
0 .n00
0.000
0.000
0 .03l
0.000
0.000
n .0031

0.000
0 .0030
0.000
0.0001

0 .000o
0.0031
0.0040
o .0001
0 .003o 1
0 .004
o .ooo


-------1I
A A ?rFI


.- o L J
N.A. 0.004
Q?06 Q3 11


FOSSIL
FN FP GY
SAVINGS
MILLION
BTU


T

A
P
P
L
T
C
A
L
F


N. A.
N.A.
0313


CUP.
WAT.
TE MD
IDFG
F

P
T

A
o
D
L
T
r

B
L
















N.A.
N305


1---i -----
HOT HnT I
WAT. 1 AT rr
TFMP U r!r
ncG
c GAL
97 N
QA P
94 T
QQ
107 A
10 5 P
105 P
104 L
1"5 I
In= r
04 A


10o
108
107
107
1 07
107
107
107
104
80
PO
107
I05
107
107
106
104
105
105

-N
103
N307


B
L
F














A I
-IA.


N308
-----I


* DFNOTcS UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.


I

I



)

I
I

I

I



\

\








SOLAR H~TT!Nr AND CCOLING )eF ENrTQoATj TN oprr-,RP


urNTHI Y p9conOT
SPACF HEAT!IG cUBSYSTFM


SITF: ALABAMA PcWFR COMPANY,
RcP6RT PcoTOn: APPTL,1979


mPNlITEVALLn, AL


Sn L& P/"nl -7Q/n4


OF



1
2
3
4
5
6
7

9

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
2 Q
30
SUM
AVG
NBS


SPACF
H ATPI 4
LOAD
MILLION
BTU
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0.083
0.8601
0.606
0.0511
0.000
0.026'
1.10?l
0.000
0.000
0.000,
0,000
0.02 q
0.0251
0.677
0. 023
0.0001
0.000
0.032'
0.000,
0.000
0.0001
0.0001
0. 000
0.0001
0.30R
0.559
0.751
0.115

5.254
0.175)
Q402


SOL AR
-P.0 F
LOAD
DCT

0
0
01
100
41
81
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
42
0
01
0
0
01
0
01
0
0
64
100
1001
97


681
N400


SOL AR
ENERGY
USED
MT LLTON
BTU
0. 000
0.CO0
0.000
0. 083
0.036
0.402
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.050
0,000
0.000
0 000
000
0.283
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.198
0.557
0.751'
0.112
3.561'
0.119
0400


nPFR AUX
FNFRGY THERMAL
USET
m"LLtON MILLInN 1
9TU 9TU
O.OnO 0.000'
0.000 C.000
0.000 0.00no
0.015 0.000
C.130 C. 33
n.111 0.1141
0.041 0.051
0.000 0o.no
0.0?9 0.0261
0.133 0.052
0.000 0.0001
0.000 0.000
0.000 0.000
0.020 0.0281
0. n05 0.025
C.394
0.023
0.00
0.0000 0.0001
0.000 0.000
0.000 0.0001
0. 000 0.000
0.000 0.000
0.000 0.0001
0.000 C.000
0.100 0.111
0.101 0.002
n.164 0.000
0.068 0.00n?
1.072 1.6931

0.036 0.056
0403 C401


AUX
ELECT
PUF.
MILl InN
BTU
f .000
0. C0C
0.000
C. P34
0.114
0 O.OC
0n.021

0.026
0. C'?
0.000
0.00
0.02S
0 .025
0.394
0.023
0. CCC
0.000
0.032
0 .CCC
0.000
0.000
0. OOC

0.002
0.CCC
0.003
1.707
C.C57


AllX
FOSS IL
IUF t
MTILt LnN
RTU
N
T

P
D
L
I
A

L















N. i.
N. A.
hJ,18


0OSS' L
FN cP GY
SAVI 'GS
MTLLTrP
PTU


C N FN GY
i=N P GV ,
cVINSS
MIllION
PTU

C.000
C.n O
O.0 3
C. 'P r
0.4P(,
0.00I
C. 000
C.fono
1 003
C. ono
0.000
C. nO0
C. 000
0.0003
C. 278
C.nnon
C.OOn1
C.000
0.003
C. 003
C. 000
0.0031
C. 000
C. 000
C.00OI
C. 186
0.5401
C. 71R
C. 105
3.464
C.115
041


* DENOTFS UNAVAILAI"tC DATA.
@ DFNOTFS NULL DATA.
N.A. DFNOTES NOT APPLICABLE CAT .


N.A.


0417


mcr
F
TCO





60
62


r57
^0
55
57

6O




62
61
67
C47
f64-


P Lt
Tc4P




7
76
76
75
7 C
7 0
79
77
7
76
76
-Tp
70


76
76
78
7C
7

76
t



76
76

77
7N
77



77

N406










SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY PcPnRPT
SPACE COOLING SUPSYSTcM


SOLA /2017-70/04


SITE: ALABAMA POWER COMPANY, MONTCVALtt, AL
REPORT 0PRIOD: APPIL,1979


DAY
OF
iMON.


1
2
3
4
5
6
7

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
20
30
SUM
AVG
NBS


SPACE
COOLING
LOAD
MILLION
BTU
0. 000
2.683
1.826
1. 829
1 .887
1.912
0.000
0.000
1. 844
2.092
3.090
2.140
1.891
0. 000
n.000
*
*
2.264
2.406
0.000
0. 697
2.536
2.541
1.672
1.659
1.109
0.000
0.000
2.453
42.812
1.4271
Q502


---- I
SOLAR
FR.OF:
LOAD
OCT

0
0!
0
0
0
0
01
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

*1
**
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0O
0
0
00
0


0
N500


SOLAP Co0c
ENERGY FNFRGY
USEDn
MILLION MIiLTON
BTU BTU
0.000 1.358
0.000 2.371'
0.000 2.3711
0.00 2.385
0.000 2.3221
0.0"1 2.361
0.000 1.637
0.000 1.6371
0.000 2.207
0.000 2.362
0.000 2.5611
0.000 2.544
0.000 2.3361
0.000 1.637
0.000 1,637
*9 *1
*
*
0.000 2.6821
0.00Cr 2.409
0.0OC 1.637?
0.000 1.798
0.0OC 2.547
0.000 2.6531
0.OOC 2.313
0.000 2.270'
0.000 2.3871
0.000 1.637
0.000 1.6371
0.00 2.568
0.092 64.8451
I-------- ----
0.00? 2.161
Q500 0503


AUX
THERMAL
USED
MILLION
BTU
0.000
C. 571
0.420
0.416
0.411
0.426
0.000
0.000
0.3 6
C. 448
0.579
0.487
0.41c
0.000
0.000
*

0.4881
0,471
O.OOC
0.00CC
0.207
0.53 2
0.550
0.393
0. O0C
0.191
0.000
C.00
0.728
9.005
0.30C
C501


AUX
ELECT
FUFL
MILLION
RTU
0.0000
0 .599
0.594
C.589
n .608
0.000
o. oo
0.000'
0.527'
C.64C
0.828'
0.696
(. 95




S.672
0.2061
0.000
I





0.5629
0.27?1
0.no76
C.CCC'
1.040
12. PEF
.42----


FOSSIL
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
PTU
NJ
0

A
P1
P
L
I
C
A
R|
L
E


AUX FLEC T
FOSSIL ENERGY
FUEL SAVINGS
MILLION "TL LTON
BTU PTU
N 0.n03
p C.000
T C.000
0.003
A C. 000
o 0.000
0o 000
L C. 000
I 0.003
C C.000
A C. 000
B 0.003
L C. 000
U C.000
C,O00

C. 000
0.000
C.000
0.003

C. 000
C. 000
0C.00
0.009
C.000
C.900

N.A. C. 000
N.A. C.003
Q0 8 0512


* DFNOTcS UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE CATA.


N.A.
N.A.
0514








trLAR HEATING AND CrnnLTNG DC MrN'RTPATIO N OP1 rPAM
VCNT LY RppnRT
FNVI CNMCNTAL SUMMARY

SITC: A.LAAMA POWFp CCMOANY, MONTFVALLO, AL
REPORT PFRTOr): APRIL,9q7


st AP /2n17-7/104


rAY
OF
MONTH H

--I
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
o
8I
Q
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
SUM
AVr
NBS In
---- -


TOTAL
INSOLATTON
BTU/SQ.CT
1255
315
111
1306
2409
2322
2200
443
1801
1804
1235
115
614
2409
2329
2009
2131
1Q96
1722
2065
459
687
69R
458
354
1259
2167
2227
1674
2210
43871
--~--------
1462

QO01


MTr)I US
INSOLATION
SBTU/SQ.rT
N
0
T

A
p
S
C
I

A
L
N











-~I


N.A .
N.A.
-~~---~~---I


------------- I---------_---
AMB T E T PAVTIM PcLATTVc
TEMPFRATUPF AMPIENT HUMIDITY
TFMD
nG P EC PP cP r NT

69 1 N
67 69 C
60 5' T
62 66
5r 5AF 1 1
57 67 o
62 71 0
57 54 L
60 61 I
55 50 C
73 76
64 61 P 8
64 64 L
61 65 c
62 '1
61 *
6= 74
67 7I
6
67 75
66 70
67 *
67 68
64 64
62 62
66 70
5P 62
57 61
55 60
63 7n
----

63 66 N.A.
N11


W I NP WINn
SI P ACTION Cpcen
p cpcS M.D.H.
N N
0 0
T T

p o

L L
T I
C r
A
P R
L L
F c



i









- - -- -- - - -

N.A. .. .

N115 I ,1.14
-I-------------


* DENOTES UNAVAILAPLE CATA.
@ DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICAPLF DATA.











SOLAR HEATING AND CYCLING r)MCNSTRATION DRCGRAM


nMNTHLY RFPORT
THERMCOVNAMIC CCNVERSTnlN QIUIPMFNT


SITE: ALARAMA PnWFP COMPANY, MONTCVALLP, AL
RFPO T PFPICC: ADRTL,1979


SnLAR/2017-70/04


DAY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
SUM
AVG
sum-- _


I----------
EQUIPME NT
LOAC
MILLION
BTU
0.000

0.000
0.005
0. n00
0, 000
6o6on
0.000
0. noo
. OrnO
0.000
C. no000n


0.000
C. 000
0.000
0.000
C. 000
o.noO


0.000
C. 000

0.000
0.000

C. 000
0.000



C. 000
--. ------
Ono10


I-----------
0-
THFRMAL
FN RGY
INPUT
MT LItON
BTU
0.000
C. COO
0.000
0.000

C.000
C. 000
0 OR3
C. 000
0.000
0.000
0 .000

0.000
C.000


C.000
0.000no
C.c000
0.0ono
0.000
C.000
0.000
0.000
1
C0000
o .ono
S C.000
0.000


0.000


0.003


OPERATING;
ENcRGYr
MILL ION
eTU
o .on0
0 O000
C.CCO
0 .000
C. CCo

0.000
o ,0o0
0.0oo

0.000
C.0 COO
.0n0
0.000





0 000


0.000
0.000
C.CCO

0. CO


0.000
C. cOO
0 .COO
O.0O0


ENFRGY
REJECTED n
MTt L TON
BTU
0.000
3.000
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0. 003
0.000
0.000
0. no0
0.000
0.000
0.000 O
0. ooo
0.000

0.000


0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0. 000
0. 000
0. 000


C.CC2 0.003
0.000 0.000
----~~--~--1-----


COFF=FIrINT
OF
PE FnPMANCE
( SF NOTCH)

0.000
0,000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.058
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0. 00
0.000
0.000
0.00
0.000

0. 00
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0. 000
0.000
0.000
0.000


O. O%
0.002


* )FNOTFS UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DFNOT S NLLL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.
NOTE:









SCLAP HCATTNG ANd CUC!Nq r fplI-STP AT TON PPr.PA'


''NTHLY RFPrRT
AUXILIARY STCPAGF ocPcnPM&ajr


SITT: ALABAMA DPrWR COMPANY, kNIT VALLr, AL
REPORT PERIOD: APPIL,1q7c


StnLA/?7 7-7/04


DAY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
a
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
t1
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

ISUM
AVr,


----------
=-N PGY
Ton
CT(IR r,e
MILLION
3T1J

0.10
0.000
C. 040
0.071
0.000
C. 000
0 0.?
0.020
0.023?
0.000
0 C95
0.001
0. a Q
C.0?A
0 .0 7


C. 12
0.018
C.0 -10
0.088
.10 1
O.!iE

C. 074
0.044
C.000
0.043

3.'40
S0.11


FNCRGV
STORAGr,
MILLION
QTUt

C. COO
0.658
C.210
C.22?
0.195
C. 22
0.00fl
0.000
C. 136
0.217
0.422
C.243
0.?00
C. 000



0 .30oo
0.000
C. On3
C. 900
C. 187

0.000
C. 040

1. 533
6.685
0.223


SNCRFASP
IN STfR -Do
FN 0 ('V
MILLION
RTU

C. CC4
-C.199
-C. IIC
0.026
-0.006
-0. 0?o
0 CP9
0.C09
0.117
-C.2=6

C.145
-0,040n
0.002

0. 00

-C. C0
0 106
0.106
0 063
-0. CP9
0.016
C. 131
1.366
C0060
0.. (2n
-C.C26 ?
-0.000
-1.269
0 .449
- - - -


ST0R^ArF
AVERAGE
TcMy
rFG


48


I-----------
STnRAGc
E ICIENry



1.000
0.061
0.35R
0.02Q
0.074
1.000
1.000
2.046
040
0.414
-0. 594
0. 267





0.254
1.000
0. 40
.2972
0.114

I. noo
1.00n
I.oon
0.85r


S0. 4?
~~----------


*OFNOTFS UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DONOTrS NLLL PiTA.
N.A. DFNTFc NOT ADPLICARLe rATP.







SOLAR HFATING ANC COCLING CcMCNSTRATION PROGRAM
MONTHLY RFDPRT
AUXTI!ARY THFDD CYNAMIC CONVFoSTlN cnUIoIMNT


SITE: ALABAMA POW P COMPANY, uCNTFVALLC, AL
PFPnRT PFRIrl: APRIL,1970


SOLAR/2 017-70/04


-__.-_---------


DAY
OF
MONTH


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
SUM
AVG


FQUIPMr,'T
LrArC
MILL ION
PTU
0.000
2.749
1. 674
1.732
1. 707
0.000
r.000
1.12
1.937
2.0
2.114
1. 87
0.000
0, 000


2.074
2.342
C. 000
0.804
2.45?
2.349
1.564
0. 07Q
0.000
C. 000
3.03C
41.042
1.368


THFPMAL
EN^PGY
TNPUT
MILL IhN
BTU
0.000
0.815
0. 50C
0.594
0.608
0.000
0.000
0.527
0.640
0. 828
0.696
0.598
0.OOC
0.000



0.672
0. 000
0.296
0.760
0.785
0.562
0.000
C.273
0.000
1.04C
12.865
0.42Q
014;41


OPERATING
cNF'cCy
M ILL IPN
RTUI
1.35
I 3FR
1.823
1 860
1 .920
1.924
1. 27-
1.6'7
1.637
1. 874
1, 40
1.cP6
1 .96
1 .867
1 .6?7

*J^
2. CC
1 .31
1.637
1.738
1 977
2.015
1.790
1 .716
1. 937
1 .637


54.f ?
1.817


fycPGY
0FJ=C TTn

MI LLTON
BT1i
0. 000
2.'43
1.'40
1.757
1.774
1. 866
0.000
0.000
1. 551
2.015
2, plor
2.14A
1.876
0.000
0.000)


2.13
2.226
0.000
0. 783
7.476
2.401
1. 626
-0.101
1.106
0.000
0 nnO
3. 939
41.173
1.3'2


COE IC IFNT
pc
PER FOPMANCE
(S E NOTE)

0.000
3.372
2.702
2. )15
2.903
2.984
0. 000
0.000
2. 66
3.027
3.566
3 0'7
1.154
000
0.000


2 ,c7
3. 483
0,000
2.718
3.2?8
2 .901
2. 785
0.000
4.613
0. 000
0.000
3.7P8


3.100


* DFNOTFS ,JhAVA!LABLt DATA.
@ DENOTES NLLL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA.
NOTE:












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