Into the North: 2nd Regional Partner Summit

What expertise do we offer our international Premium Partners? And how can we address the individual characteristics of the different markets? Our experts will answer these questions with a new series of conferences named IBC SOLAR Regional Partner Summits. The second of these was held in Sweden recently. (more…)

IBC SOLAR Turkey launches a new solar chapter

Our colleagues in Turkey are well acquainted with large-scale PV plants. Thanks to a national franchisee network, IBC SOLAR Turkey is able to work on several projects simultaneously. With the completion of a rooftop project in Mersin, our regional company is now launching a new solar chapter in Turkey. (more…)

Lodge fun and all about surface pressure at the 1st Regional Partner Summit

What expertise do we offer our Premium Partners? And how can we address the individual characteristics of the different markets? Our experts will answer these questions with a new series of conferences named IBC SOLAR Regional Partner Summits. The first of these was held in the Alpine republic of Switzerland. (more…)

“Mounting systems” blog series part 6: Flat roof heat insulation – How much of a burden can it handle?

Flat roofs are particularly well suited for the installation of a PV system – especially when a large PV system should be placed on the roof. More and more flat roofs are being equipped with PV systems; in the case of commercial business, they are usually for self-consumption. We have already discussed the installation of PV systems on flat roofs in part 4 of this blog series. Today’s article is all about heat insulation on these roofs and what areas require special attention. (more…)

“Mounting systems” blog series part 4: Full capacity for business buildings – flat roofs

It is important for the solar energy system to be securely fixed to the roof of all installations – and every roof has its own specific requirements. I would like to take the opportunity with this and other blog entries on the subject of “mounting systems” to present the typical mounting options to operators and installers for the most frequent roof types and give them recommendations.

Flat roofs (generally with up to 10 degrees inclination and building heights of up to 25 m) are particularly well-suited to the installation of a PV system – above all when there should be a lot of PV capacity on the roof. (mehr…)