PV racking system manufacturer AEROCOMPACT, based in Satteins, Austria, has added three sliding seam clamps to its COMPACTMETAL TM product range. The new CE-certified clamps enable roofers and installers to mount framed solar modules of any length and width without needing to penetrate the roof on almost all types of seam sheet roofs. The compact, pre-assembled new developments are available worldwide as of today.
The construction machinery group United Motors & Heavy Equipment Co LLC (UMHE) from United Arab Emirates – U.A.E. is now exclusively selling SunBrush® mobil cleaning machines in the Middle East. As a full service partner, UMHE is also responsible for installing and commissioning as well as servicing and maintaining all cleaning machines of the German PV expert in the United Arab Emirates. The first three SunBrush® mobil TrackFlex cleaning machines will be commissioned by UMHE at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum solar park in Dubai at the end of August. Thanks to its total capacity of 5 gigawatts – which it will reach by 2030 – the power plant will be the largest solar energy project in the world.
Solar company my-PV has developed a solar-power system using thermal concrete-core activation in commercial buildings: An electric underfloor heating system releases excess solar energy as heat to the building foundation. Thanks to this storage concept, my-PV utilizes saving operating costs.
Austrian manufacturer of PV mounting systems AEROCOMPACT presents its new COMPACTGround RAM-X product range for solar parks with more than 500 kWp output. In addition to the high energy density, the company has paid particular attention to quick assembly and maximum use of space in the series, which will be available worldwide from April. Quick success: thanks to the modular structure with just three main components, the system can be assembled in a very short time. Thanks to its well thought-out installation options, RAM-X is very adaptable to different landscapes, as confirmed in initial installation projects.
The Austrian manufacturer of PV mounting systems AEROCOMPACT strengthens its team with the internationally known wind engineer Thorsten Kray. With immediate effect, the doctor of mechanical engineering is responsible for the company’s research and certification activities and accompanies all internal and external tests on the company’s system solutions for photovoltaic modules. As an active member of numerous standardization committees, he also promotes the global certification processes for flat roof and ground mount systems as well as the standardization of wind tunnel tests for PV mounting systems.
SunBrush® mobil, the world market leader for solar cleaning equip-ment, and Infinity, the Egyptian solar project developer, have opened a service base at Africa’s largest solar power plant. From now on, four Infinity employees will maintain and repair the 24 SunBrush® mobil Compact cleaning devices currently in use at the 1.65 GWp Benban Solar Park near Aswan.
The world market leader for PV cleaning systems from Germany, SunBrush® mobil, is breaking new ground with the opening of its branch office SunBrush USA in the city of Henderson, Nevada. There, the joint venture of SunBrush® mobil and its importer for the UK and Irish market Halse Solar Ltd will sell and maintain the PV cleaning systems of the German company and deliver spare parts to PV power plant operators, O&M companies and site owners across the US. “We will fill a major gap with our products. Up to now, there has been no similar solar panel cleaning device in the US,” says Franz Ehleuter, Managing Director of SunBrush® mobil.
The world market leader for PV cleaning systems SunBrush® mobil from Lachen (Germany) has launched the new Winter Kit to clean PV systems of up to ten centimeters of snow in one run. The kit is now available worldwide and is supplied as an addition to the proven, all-purpose PV cleaning system SunBrush® mobil Compact.
The leading manufacturer of PV cleaning systems SunBrush® mobil from Lachen (Germany) has commissioned its new device TrackFlex in Chile for the first time. The operator of the PV plant Eiffage Energía will use the device to clean its 103 MW solar power plant in the Atacama Desert. The company that is specialized on electrical infrastructures, renewable energies and construction has built the tracking systems with 300,000 solar panels on 150 hectares of public land.
The Austrian company BlueSky Energy developed a new battery storage for outdoor installation. The outdoor storage system named Vigos is designed to operate in temperatures from minus 30 degrees Celsius to plus 50 degrees Celsius and withstands rain, snow and frost. The device is scalable from 18 to 96 kWh and is delivered ready for connection.