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Commercial photovoltaic systems

Commercial - projects and their potential. Read here about the possibilities that exist for large plants.

Nowadays, commercial PV plants appear in many different designs. From smaller plants in the range of 15 - 30 kW, classic plants on flat roofs or open spaces till 100 kW up to huge projects with several megawatts. Since space is limited, increasingly unusual areas are also selected (e.g. floating projects on waters of all kinds) or existing areas are used in a smarter way. Thus, you see more and more hybrid areas, on which PV systems are being built on the same ground that is used for livestock farming or agricultural use. The latter we supported a Japanese customer with (see pictures below).

Bigger PV projects require special features and demands that must be taken into consideration. Apart from the sensitive price structure in the project sector, there are other factors that play an important role in ensuring a good return on investment for commercial plants in the long term. Additionally, cost optimisation potential can not only be found in installation and assembly, but also in regular maintenance and potential system failures. This can be achieved by an efficiently installable mounting systems, reliable monitoring, or competent support in the event of damage or warranty claims. We will be happy to help you with your planning and the ideal selection of articles for your individual project.

We are by your side to support you with your projects, even if they are of a special nature. For example, we supported our customer in Japan in the realisation of a special hybrid system. Here the modules were installed on a special construction far above the usual height. This meant that the farmland could continue to be used for cultivation.

In the coming weeks, we will be presenting further exciting topics in the commercial sector as well as the latest product innovations.

06.10.2020 09:30
by your Krannich Team

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