Another large-scale project went into operation in Turkey

3.43 MWp in the province of Niğde

Our Turkish regional company has completed another large-scale solar plant with a total capacity of 3.43 MWp in the province of Niğde. This is the third major project IBC SOLAR Turkey has been realised since the beginning of the year as EPC project. The plant will produce 6 million kilowatt hours of solar power per year for grid feed-in and prevent the release of around 4.000 tons of CO2. (more…)

PV flagship project supplies solar power to tenants

In conjunction with our Premium Partner DEHM ug we planned and implemented a photovoltaic system with a total output of 20 kWp on the roof of a residential building in Weingarten (Baden-Württemberg) as part of a tenant electricity. The operator and investor of the system is Technische Werke Schussental GmbH & Co. KG (TWS) from Ravensburg. (more…)

New major project in Turkey connected to the grid

1.1 MWp in province of Eskişehir

We reported on the busy weeks of our Turkish regional company IBC SOLAR Turkey last summer. This included five major projects being implemented simultaneously. The first projects have now been connected to the grid; including a 1.1 MWp project in the province of Eskişehir. We are expecting a PV expansion of between 1 and 1.5 GW for the entire Turkish market in 2017 – despite the bureaucratic hurdles for project development. (mehr…)

Cooling with solar power: IBC SOLAR supplies PV system for the largest freezer in Norway

WP_20160418_11_33_02_ProCold stores require a great deal of energy – mainly when the sun is shining and it is warm outside. The leading Norwegian food logistics provider ASKO has Installed a PV system on the roof of a cold store in Vestby. The system was implemented by Solenergi FUSen AS, the Norwegian Premium Partner of IBC SOLAR. It enhances a current system which was put into operation on the roof of an ASKO dry fuel storage facility in 2014.  The entire system has a capacity of 1 megawatt peak (MWp), producing around 550 MWh of solar power each year which the company will use entirely for its own consumption.(more…)

Over the rooftops of Windhoek: Hospital in Namibia reduces energy costs through the use of solar power

Mediclinic-Hospital-Source-SolsquareSolar energy systems are extremely attractive for companies in Southern Africa. PV systems for self-consumption provide protection against the instability of the local power supply and help to save costs and the hospital operator Mediclinic International is leading the way. Our Premium Partner Solsquare Energy (Pty) Ltd. has planned and installed a PV roof system for the South African private hospital group. The PV installation for self-consumption in Windhoek (Namibia) was connected to the grid in December 2015 with a total peak output of 88 kWp and covers the majority of the hospital’s energy requirement. This enables Mediclinic to save around 8,000 euros each year.(more… )