Five rooftops with 366 kW PV and 100 percent self-consumption. Hans Adler from Bonndorf, Black Forest, is not only one of most wellknown producers of bacon and sausage specialties in Germany, but goes solar
Renusol realized its first major project in South Africa successfully. The installation of a high-quality mounting solution for a 756 kW PV microgrid installation of ABB`s headquarters in Johannesburg only took two weeks.
Solar Frontier and a partner company completed a 30 MW solar power plant located next to Nagasaki Airport in Japan. Due to its location the PV system was specially designed and installed.
Phoenix Solar Inc., a 100% subsidiary of German based Phoenix Solar AG has been awarded the company’s first project in the state of Texas. It is part of a plant on a military base.
French based Optimum Tracker is going to build the biggest PV plant in Senegal with 30 MW in Santhiou-Mékhé for Solairdirect, a subsidiary of the ENGIE group.
Groningen Sea Ports, Sunport Energy and WIRSOL are realizing a 30 MW solar park in Delfzijl, Netherlands.
Namibia’s biggest shopping mall is partly powered directly from its rooftop. A 1 MW PV installation is optimized for self-consumption and generates nearly 2 million kilowatt hours yearly.
The Austrian regional subsidiary of IBC SOLAR AG installed two PV systems with a capacity of 509 kW on the roof of Vienna International Airport. The systems will produce more than 500,000 kWh of solar power per year for direct self-consumption.
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