Holland’s largest rooftop PV plant operational

 

 

Photovoltaic modules with a total power of 9.3 megawatts cover 26 roofs with a cumulative surface area of over 155,000 m² – the Netherlands’ largest rooftop photovoltaic plant to date. The solar power is fed into the building's electricity network via 140 decentralised string inverters from Neckarsulm-based manufacturer KACO new energy. Since mid-June, Royal Dekker has been able to cover more than 90 per cent of the power required for in-house consumption in Vianen from climate-friendly solar energy – significantly reducing its CO2 footprint.
 

 

Switch Energy B.V., responsible for technical and financial planning, and the wholesaler BC Solar opted for inverters of the type blueplanet 50.0 TL3 INT with a power output of 50 kilowatts. “KACO new energy is an established German vendor that supplies inverters at a good price/performance ratio. These are powerful arguments for getting our customers the best deals as regards finance and insurance,” says Bart Luters from Switch Energy.

 

Solar PV | News published on 29/06/2017 by Moulin

 
 
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