The largest rooftop solar plant in Sweden

In Sweden, more precisely outside Borås, the country’s largest rooftop solar plant has recently been built. And the PV output is impressive, totaling five megawatts. The PV project was installed and planned by our Swedish partner Solkompaniet. Only IBC SOLAR’s own brands were used for the modules and mounting system, which means that IBC SOLAR‘s 15-year combination warranty also applies. (more…)

Canaries boost self-consumption and sustainability

The 5th Atlantic Forum for Self-Consumption and Sustainability in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, brought together various companies from the industry this year – and we from IBC SOLAR also attended the event in the Canary Islands, alongside our specialist partner and co-organiser SM Advance Energy. (more…)

More efficient and sustainable homes thanks to PV

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Unlike other countries, where residential self-consumption has been undergoing significant development for years, Spain was practically untouched until RD244/2019 came into force. Since then, and after a slow but continued adaptation on the part of all the agents involved, the residential market has been immersed in exponential growth since the end of 2019 to the present day. Spain has great potential and positive prospects thanks to the high availability of homes suitable for photovoltaic installations. In this regard, IBC SOLAR continues to actively contributing to energy change by supporting the creation of more efficient and sustainable homes. (more…)

When it doesn’t get any greener

It is becoming increasingly important for companies to make a contribution to climate protection while at the same time expanding their perception in the area of corporate social responsibility. In addition, the potential of photovoltaics is enormous, especially in the commercial sector, so that many companies throughout Europe are investing in green energy. The prerequisites are certainly given with correspondingly large roof and commercial areas. This was also the case for the Dutch company Capi. Therefore, the manufacturer of sustainable design flower pots did not hesitate for long and invested in a PV plant with a capacity of 1.69 MW. (more…)

Full power with PV

E-mobility is the future. Latest figures clearly confirm this trend. The number of newly registered electric vehicles is increasing from year to year. In order to make this concept work, however, a good charging infrastructure is required in addition to the e-vehicles. The Dresen car dealership from Korschenbroich in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany also wanted to make this accessible to its customers and employees, but the corresponding network connection capacity was lacking. The solution resulted in a comprehensive and individual overall PV system. (more…)