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Facilities

All these installations were done and are located in Europe and are an example of the types of intallations that we plan to introduce in the United States. We are looking for business partners in the U.S. If interested, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@soliclima.com

Solar power plants Facilities

Solar power in Louisiana

Solar power plant of 35 kW on the roof of an industrial warehouse in Louisiana

Solar power in Georgia

Solar photovoltaic modules on flat factory roof for electricity sale

Photovoltaic energy in Missouri

Installation of photovoltaic panels on the roof of a warehouse in the town of Missouri

Photovoltaic energy in New York

Photovoltaic facility of 240 photovoltaic panels on industrial roof in New York

Grid-connected photovoltaic power systems in Virginia

In fact, being in an urban environment is no problem for the use of solar photovoltaic energy.

Sale of photovoltaic energy to the grid in Deltona, Florida

Solar energy can be thermal or photovoltaic.

Photovoltaic energy in California

Photovoltaic sale to the electric company in Santa Clarita, California Photovoltaic modules are the most visible part of a photovoltaic system, but, they are not the only component.

Photovoltaic installation for the sale of electricity in Chino, California

Until 2008, photovoltaic installations known as solar farms, were the most common, but, this is radically changing.

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Photovoltaic sale to the electric company in Santa Clarita, California

Photovoltaic modules are the most visible part of a photovoltaic system, but, they are not the only component.

In the second image we can see some of the components of a photovoltaic installation for the sale of electricity to the grid. The left column is the CGP, the connection point between the electric company and the photovoltaic installation. The top box belongs to the photovoltaic seller and, the lower, which is open, to the electric company.

The remaining two columns consist of: ICP meters, transformers, fuses and a modem, all in the middle column and, differential switch, power on switch and intensity transformers, in the right column.

In the third image we can take a closer look at the connection point, called sectioning box, which belongs to the electric company and in the fourth image we see the two 32 kW invertors. The fifth image shows the inside of one of the invertors.

 
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