Mounting highlights at the Intersolar

The trade fair Intersolar 2024 is just around the corner. Therefore it’s time to take a closer look at our highlights in the area of in-house mounting systems. We will be presenting new products and adaptations for both the IBC AeroFix G3 flat roof system and the IBC TopFix 200 pitched roof system. We also provide an outlook on future developments and new systems.(more…)

Its that time of the year again: Intersolar 2022

In just a week and after a two-year break, the time has finally come again: the industry will gather at Intersolar 2022. We are in the midst of preparing for the trade fair and are already looking forward to being able to present our new products and services to visitors again this year. For us, 2022 is a very special year and you can see that on our booth. (more…)

Solar drinking water supply in Hanoi

Every now and then we report on the versatility of photovoltaics. It is used for different purposes all over the world. In Hanoi (Vietnam), for example, green solar power has been providing solar treatment of drinking water since the beginning of the year. There, our international project division, IBC SOLAR Energy, constructed a 2.7 MWp PV system for the water treatment plant of the AquaOne Group. (more…)

Modules & mounting systems: The right combination matters

Module damage on the roof is unquestionably annoying and can quickly become stressful. It is small consolation when the product guarantees are still effective and one can in theory call the manufacturers to get everything done. It actually sounds pretty simple. Unfortunately, practice shows that the manufacturers of the various components sometimes do not agree which guarantees should apply to which product. Discussions are inevitable in these situations. The new combation warranty from IBC SOLAR provides a remedy here and allows stress-free processing in the event of damage.  (more…)

Sabine, Victoria who will be next? The next storm is as certain as the sunrise

In recent years a series of storms have swept across Europe. The list comprises some prominent storms in Germany like hurricane Niklas (2015), storm Xavier (2017), hurricane Friederike (2018), hurricane Sabine, and storm Victoria (both in 2020). During the last hurricane named Sabine, winds reached speeds of up to 177 km/h. Even in the lowlands, speeds of around 150 km/h could still be measured. This is a good enough reason for us to take a closer look at the calculation of PV systems. Because one thing is for certain – there will be more hurricanes on the way!

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