Regional cuisine and environmentally conscious power generation perfectly complement each other. Looking at the Solar-Log™ continues to captivate Tobias Hailfinger. "When we see that we are consuming almost 100% of the self-produced power, we know that we made the right decision.
The Pfitscher winery is the first in Italy to receive KlimaHaus (CasaClima) certification. This means the Pfitschers’ winery meets numerous requirements for environmental protection and climate-friendliness. They have environmentally friendly power generation from a photovoltaic plant and efficient energy management thanks to Solar-Log™.
Less noise, more clean energy: Noise barrier produces PV electricity.
This photovoltaic system is one of the largest roof-mounted systems in Switzerland and is located at the Migros Neuendorf distribution center. It is comprised of 29,737 solar modules which cover an area of 47,679 m2.
The Big Five are at home here and many other species as well: the Thaba Tholo Game Farm in the South African province of Limpopo is a remarkable project in many respects.
Sun and water, the ultimate combination for renewable energy. Power generation on water – a fascinating idea! Floating Solar B.V. has almost completed a 23-megawatt PV plant which will be able to provide about 9,000 families with power.
Eco-energy in and from the hands of citizens: many people, especially in Germany, who are organized in cooperatives and who are committed to the energy turnaround and regional value creation follow this appealing concept.
Bollmann and his team provide the full range of services for the Wolfsburg AG: monitoring, maintenance and troubleshooting. That is a challenging task since Bollmann manages PV roofs here alone with around half a megawatt output! Here he relies on the Solar-Log 1200, and the professional Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ portal. Together, the perfect tools for monitoring large solar industrial plants.
The data logger selected was the energy management system from Solare Datensysteme GmbH, which in this case consists of a Solar-Log 2000 and the Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ online portal.
This photovoltaic system is located in Bolesiny, in the Czech Republic and has a size of 2,27 MWp.
This photovoltaic system is located in Ostrov & Stribra, in the Czech Republic and has a size of 2,48 MWp.
The Solar-Log™ can manage each CHP based on power needs instead of heat needs. This allows the CHP to be operated during the summer months when the power needs reach the threshold defined in the Solar-Log™.
The largest PV plant in Australia that has ever been installed on the roof of a school was installed by Enervest.
ECOsys, part of ITG (Holding) implement a solar photovoltaic system over two of its complexes. The project is fully executed, providing a total capacity of 266 kWp for the resort.
The Solar-Log™ PM Box (EMS – Export Management System) provides additional options for the Solar-Log™ in regard to independent safety functions and compliance in the area of power management and feed-in limitation requirements. The ONIX spa in Kosovo benefits from this function.
Asunim Turkey, a project developer, EPC and O&M company, has selected global market leader, Solar-Log™, to monitor two solar PV plants currently under-construction in Akhisar and Kula.
The PV system is one of the largest private PV systems in Lebanon. It includes 1,704 panels covering a surface of 4,000 m2, which will be able to deliver 450 kW for a yearly produce of 621 MWh of power.
The PV Training Center was founded by ADLER Solar, a leading full service provider in the solar industry. The project has been implemented within the framework of the Renewable Energy Solutions Program that is coordinated by Deutsche Energie Agentur (dena).
ECOsys benefits from the feed-in management function of the Solar-Log™ to build an energy management system that regulates the performance of the PV system.
Monitoring of the almost 100 SunPower™ modules with a total of about 32 kWp is done with a Solar-Log 1200 connected to the Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ portal.
Photovoltaic plants are already an integral part of energy production in many industrialized countries. This technology is only slowly establishing itself in the developing regions of the world. One of the first steps to provide electricity from renewable energy resources has been initiated by BIOHAUS-Stiftung from Willi Ernest with the project "Solar beats Diesel."
This is the first commercial scale project for a distribution company in Lebanon, where 968 panels are installed over 2 separate roofs, covering electricity consumption of offices and warehouse areas, with a total capacity of 307 KWp. The system is expected to produce 320 megawatt-hours of energy yearly, with a CO2 saving of 225 tons/year.