The system is made up of 670 Renesola 260W Solar PV panels, installed flat to the roof on a 20-30 degree roof pitch (dependent on roof area) with an installed capacity of 174.2KWp
The expected annual electricity generation has the equivalent ability to power 44 average homes
The system is made up of 192 Risen 260W Solar PV panels installed at a 20 degree pitch on a flat roof area facing just off South, with an installed capacity of 50KWp
This saves approximately 24,179.57 kilograms of CO2 per year
The system is made up of 1000 CSUN 250w Solar PV Panels raked south-east facing on a 10 degree fixed mounting frame.
This will significantly reduce demand from the grid throughout the year and is able to fully power London’s oldest bonded warehouse during daylight hours on a clear day.
Syzygy Renewables was appointed by Northwood Investors to advise and manage a £2 million investment in solar power, with the installation of 4,500 solar panels on the majority of its Pure serviced offices throughout the UK. This is expected to save around 15,000 tons of CO2 emissions over the 25 year period.
The 208 Suntech 240W Solar PV panels and SolarMax inverters
The need for a low-ballast system was addressed by installing an East/West Solar PV array. The system is performing almost as well as South facing installations in locations with similar irradiation levels.
PV installation was the first to incorporate the innovative Trinamount III mounting solution in Europe
This 100kWp Solar PV installation was the first to incorporate the innovative Trinamount III mounting solution in Europe
The system is divided into two 50kWp systems located on a combination of flat and sloped roofs. This Solar PV instalation was the first to incorporate the innovative Trinamount III mounting solution in Europe The system is divided into two 50kWp systems located on a combination of flat and sloped roofs. This Solar PV instalation was the first to incorporate the innovative Trinamount III mounting solution in Europe (click here to read more)
The system is made up of 400 Suntech 250W Solar PV panels installed at 10 degree pitch on a trapazoidal roof using Fronious Inverters
The Solar PV System powers the common areas of the building saving the tenants a significant portion of their electricity bill as well as reducing the building's carbon footprint
- 25% reduction to electricity bills for common areas
- Reduction of the service charge
- Healthy financial return
This system is made of 192 260W Monocrystaline Solar PV panels and Danfoss inverterers.
- 25% reduction to the Shopping Centers electricity bills.
- Significant reduction in CO2
- A reasonable financial return
The shopping centre's carbon footprint has been significantly reduced by powering the common areas.
The 2.5MW installation comprises 9,500 modules covering 10 acres of land within the airport operating boundary.
It is expected to generate over 2.4m kWh, equivalent to 20% of the airport’s annual energy consumption, which makes a significant positive impact on the airport’s carbon footprint and demonstrates Stobart’s commitment to making London Southend Airport, voted the UK’s best airport in 2015, one of the most sustainable airports in the world.
The expected energy savings are 1,200 tonnes per year which is the equivalent of boiling 15.3m kettles per year!
This is the largest on-site solar installation at a European Airport
The installation comprising over 1,100 panels covering 55,000ft of roof space was installed over a four-week period during the busiest shopping period of the year.
It is the largest Solar PV installation at a UK Shopping Centre as at December 2015. The completed project will supply approximately 35% of the total annual common parts and car park electricity across the whole site.
To put the savings into perspective, the power generated by the solar PV panels could boil 1.8m kettles, while the reduction in CO2 will be equivalent to taking 82 cars off Britain’s roads or driving 650k miles in a small vehicle.