The solar power (PV) system on the roof of the Bavarian State Chancellery uses efficient Trina solar modules of the type TSM-PC05. It proves that modern solar technology is also suitable for listed buildings.
With an annual output of 26,000,000 kWh, this site developed by Enfinity enables electricity to be supplied to almost 9,000 families per year and prevents the production of more than 9,200 tonnes of CO2 annually.
Sägewerke Christen AG runs the first energy-self-sufficient and CO2-neutral saw mill in Switzerland. Its in-roof PV system with Honey high-performance modules has a power of 900 kWp and produces up to 6,000 kWh of solar energy each day.
The project was initiated to provide economic, sustainable energy to social housing tenants at risk of fuel poverty. In addition, Edison Energy and Trina Solar successfully collaborated to offer residents information and aftercare.
OLWO has covered seven storage depots with an area of around 8,800 m2 with 5,400 Trina Solar PC05A Honey modules with a power of 250 Wp each. This is the largest solar system on a pitched roof in Switzerland.
The site has a mixture of agricultural, leisure and sporting uses. To improve energy efficiency and optimize space, the owners contracted S.A.G. Solarstrom AG to develop a ground-mounted solar PV array.
The utility-scale Trehawke solar power plant started late in 2013 and connection was achieved in March 2014,which utilizes 41,404 Trina Solar TSM-255-PC05A modules that provide high quality, durability and performance.
In the case of the solar (PV) system at the Serfontana Shopping Centre, it was possible to significantly reduce adverse effects caused by the broad shadow of the tower by means of power optimization at module level.
Being a National Nature Reserve and having farming as its main enterprise, sustainability and the preservation of the area’s aesthetics were prime considerations in providing Cadland with a solar energy solution.