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80 kW solar power plant in Dallas, Texas Installation of photovoltaic panels on the roof of an industrial building.
Solar power plant located on the roofs of industrial buildings in Kansas This is an installation of 500 SolarWorld modules of 215 W each. A SolarMax 100 C inverter has been used. The peak power is 107,500 W and the annual production of, approximately, 169,215 kWh.
Total surface of 48 monocristaline panels of 120 Wp adds 46.76 m2. Solar inversor has 230 V of nominal tension and 5 kW of nominal potence
There are 48 monocrystalline plates of 120 Wp on a 46.76 m2 area. The inverter is an AC Atersa Taurus PR 6000 / 8 with 230 V. of nominal voltage and 5 kW of nominal power.
Solar power plant located on two terraces of an orthopedic and rehabilitation center in San Diego, California
Solar photovoltaic sale of 15 kW in San Francisco, California Solar photovoltaic installation connected to the grid, located on the deck of an industrial warehouse
Solar power plant over industrial roofing in Jacksonville, Florida
Installation stages of a solar farm. The evolution of an installation from its start can be seen.
80 kW solar power plant in Dallas, Texas
Installation of photovoltaic panels on the roof of an industrial building.
Through the installation of 504 photovoltaic modules on the roof of this factory, 135 kW per year can be produced.
There are two main types of solar energy. Solar thermal energy produces heat which can be exploited to generate hot water or heating. It´s wider used is in households, but, it is increasingly common for companies to be interested in this type of installation, as it can be utilized, not only for showers, but, also, for industrial processes. In particular, some customers have asked us for hot water cleaning processes, for example, in the meat industry.
Then there is solar photovoltaic. Through this solar energy, we can generate electricity that can be sold either to the national grid or can be used for individual consumption, although this occurs only when the house or farm cannot be connected to the electricity grid.
There is also thermoelectric energy, although until recently, the existing plants were only experimental. There are hardly a handful of commercial plants around the world, one of them, located in Andalusia. This kind of solar energy, takes the heat from the solar radiation to heat a liquid at high temperatures which turns into steam and moves a turbine that generates electricity.