Case Study: Arby's Solar Energy Implementation, Bozeman, Montana


  • Project Name: Arby's
  • Location: Bozeman, Montana
  • Installed: 2015
  • Installer: Liquid Solar Systems

In the scenic expanse of Bozeman, Montana, a remarkable transformation took place, redefining fast-food dining. This case study explores the sustainable innovation at Arby's, located just southeast of Rosauers. With an investment of $2.25 million, this Arby's establishment serves as a beacon of energy efficiency, featuring a solar water heating system with a yearly energy output of 5,179 kWh and a roof-mounted 15-kilowatt solar power system.

Key Project Details:

  • Location: Bozeman, Montana
  • Application: Restaurant
  • Solar Collectors: 3 Sun Earth Thermoray 4' x 10' (TRB-40) Collectors
  • System Format: Solar pre-heated water
  • Rated Power Output: 7.98 kW
  • Yearly Energy Output (kWh): 5,179.15 kWh

Arby's in Bozeman sets a new standard for energy-efficient dining establishments. The integration of solar water heating and solar power systems underscores a commitment to sustainability, cost savings, and reducing the restaurant's environmental footprint.

Contact Information

To learn more about SunEarth and their solar energy solutions, please visit SunEarth.

For further information about Liquid Solar Systems, the installer behind this innovative project, please visit their website at Liquid Solar Systems.

This case study unveils how Arby's in Bozeman has harnessed the power of the sun to enhance its sustainability and cost-efficiency, setting a new benchmark for eco-conscious fast-food dining.



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