Our modules take off for other galaxies ┬á­čÜÇ

Together with our partner MasterEnergy in Greece and Cyprus, we supplied the BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaic Panels) for the largest planetarium in South East Europe and one of the most beautiful in the world. The spherical roof of this unique and iconic project consists of 720 photovoltaic panels on the outside, all in the shape of a trapezium, of 17 different sizes. Inside the 18.25 m high dome is a high-definition (9K) projection system.

Located in Cyprus, the planetarium is intended to be a meeting point for the scientific community and space lovers, as well as a unique place of entertainment. In collaboration with universities in Cyprus and other countries, the planetarium will be a valuable tool for the cultural development of space studies, providing high quality knowledge through new advanced technologies.

From Lower Austria for Lower Austria (and its visitors)

A large-scale photovoltaic carport has been built in recent months at the Oed motorway exit in Lower Austria. The almost 815 m┬▓ PV glass roof (consisting of 242 modules) provides an output of more than 100 kWp and protects your vehicle from the sun and precipitation, while you enjoy some refreshments at the nearby rest stop for your onward journey. So you can enjoy your break even more! We, as a company from Amstetten, are pleased to deliver an installation of this magnitude in our district. The project was in cooperation with Pholtec GmbH, from Lower Austria, too, and all other professionals involved are also based in this beautiful province. Thank you at this point for the great cooperation!

pictures: ┬ęPholtec GmbH

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