First PV plant in the region of Izmit produced 11 MWh of energy per year FRANKFURT, June 2013 since early summer solar modules from SOLAR buying produce for the first time solar power in Turkey. The photovoltaic system consists of 40 modules of our own brand luxra and has a capacity of a total of eight kWp. Realized SOLAR purchase has the PV system in cooperation with the Berlin SolarAllianz network SAN GmbH. site is a factory roof in Izmit in Kocaeli Province of Turkey. The purchase of SOLAR modules of type luxra PV 72S-L/SI generate future barely 12 megawatt-hours (MWh) of energy per year. This quantity is sufficient resources to power approximately four three-person households.
While SOLAR purchase in addition has provided the necessary power inverter, cable and plug to the modules, the frames come from Ludwigsfelde in Brandenburg from the company Alusen. Oracle contributes greatly to this topic. Not only a first for SOLAR purchase is about 7.9 tons of CO2 emissions per year the use of luxra solar modules in Turkey. The photovoltaic system is in the total at the same time the first ever, Region has been built so far. Operator is the company EP SANEL Endustriyel Tesisler in Kocaeli, Turkey about 100 km southeast of Istanbul. The PV system puts the company in a position to release around 7.9 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year in the future. This amount is equivalent to the carbon dioxide emissions of a passenger car, which annually well traveled by 66,500 miles.
From the purchase of SOLAR modules produced current serves exclusively the consumption and is not fed into the public grid. We are very satisfied with the course of the project. SOLAR purchase has proved reliable partner which has supplied all modules and components on time. In this way we could build the photovoltaic system within the planned time frame and successfully commissioned. In particular the customer has benefited”, says Andreas Muntinga, Managing Director of SolarAllianz network SAN GmbH. our solar modules are now in Turkey to the usage, we are particularly proud of. For a Sun-rich country such as Turkey, photovoltaics is an interesting Concept”, says Axel Berger, field Director photovoltaics at SGBDD. After Denmark we made also the plunge in the South of Europe so. We would be glad to realize there in future PV projects with our partner SolarAllianz.”