In July 2008, the company installed a pergola VidurSolar with glass-glass PV modules in the Parque de les Basses de Sant Pere, in Sant Just Desvern (Barcelona).

The PV project was developed by VidurSolar and involves, first, the photovoltaic power generation, with the opportunity to sell to the electric company and, secondly, the demonstration of the integration of photovoltaic technology in architecture, by installing iconic, unique and versatile, even in the case of street furniture.

The design of the canopy, designed by the architectural firm GCT-architects, seeks a compromise between functionality, aesthetics and energy production.

To achieve the latter, it was decided to direct it towards the south and tilted 10 degrees from the horizontal.

The pergola has a total area of 88 m2 and consists of 40 glass-glass photovoltaic modules, comprised of polycrystalline Photovoltech 60 cells,

ˇ PV Pergola.

whose power is 190 Wp each module.

The total power of 7.6 kWp installation is connected to three inverters Fronius a total of 6.8 kW nominal output.

The expected annual production is about 7700 kWh.

The photovoltaic glass have been made to measure.

These modules offer special security services, for the composition of thick tempered glass laminated with PVB 5 +5.

This material is widely used in the construction due to its high resistance and protection against breakage, especially used in areas with foot traffic.

All modules have CE marking for construction products according to EN 14449:2005 and may therefore be called "Laminated Safety Glass."

The engineering and electrical installation has been carried out by SL technoenvironmental Trama, a specialist in the planning and implementation of PV systems.

The photovoltaic modules are designed to maintain a predetermined distance between the cells for 15% of global translucency.

Forman cover the pergola supported on a structure attractive and unique design by replacing a conventional roof typical.

The setting is only done by two staples in the two

long module and a profile in the center of the pergola in which electrical terminals are located.

These terminals are designed for easy integration into any standard structure or grid facade and provides electrical isolation and robustness required to comply with EN 61215.

This can eliminate the connection boxes on the back of the module, undesirable from the aesthetic point of view.

This project demonstrates that photovoltaic technology can play an important role in the integration of renewable energy in urban areas.

By glass-glass PV modules manufactured as you can get the building blocks of modern design and innovative and also redeemable.

Its multifunctionality can be key to increased use in the construction because, as in the case of photovoltaic pergola Eschborn, are elements that generate energy, protect from direct sun, provide physical protection and also offer an image and a unique aesthetic, attractive and environmentally friendly.

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In July 2008, the company installed a pergola VidurSolar with glass-glass PV modules in the Parque de les Basses de Sant Pere, in Sant Just Desvern (Barcelona).

The PV project was developed by VidurSolar and involves, first, the photovoltaic power generation, with the opportunity to sell to the electric company and, secondly, the demonstration of the integration of photovoltaic technology in architecture, by installing iconic, unique and versatile, even in the case of street furniture.

The design of the canopy, designed by the architectural firm GCT-architects, seeks a compromise between functionality, aesthetics and energy production.

To achieve the latter, it was decided to direct it towards the south and tilted 10 degrees from the horizontal.

The pergola has a total area of 88 m2 and consists of 40 glass-glass photovoltaic modules, comprised of polycrystalline Photovoltech 60 cells,

ˇ PV Pergola.

whose power is 190 Wp each module.

The total power of 7.6 kWp installation is connected to three inverters Fronius a total of 6.8 kW nominal output.

The expected annual production is about 7700 kWh.

The photovoltaic glass have been made to measure.

These modules offer special security services, for the composition of thick tempered glass laminated with PVB 5 +5.

This material is widely used in the construction due to its high resistance and protection against breakage, especially used in areas with foot traffic.

All modules have CE marking for construction products according to EN 14449:2005 and may therefore be called "Laminated Safety Glass."

The engineering and electrical installation has been carried out by SL technoenvironmental Trama, a specialist in the planning and implementation of PV systems.

The photovoltaic modules are designed to maintain a predetermined distance between the cells for 15% of global translucency.

Forman cover the pergola supported on a structure attractive and unique design by replacing a conventional roof typical.

The setting is only done by two staples in the two

long module and a profile in the center of the pergola in which electrical terminals are located.

These terminals are designed for easy integration into any standard structure or grid facade and provides electrical isolation and robustness required to comply with EN 61215.

This can eliminate the connection boxes on the back of the module, undesirable from the aesthetic point of view.

This project demonstrates that photovoltaic technology can play an important role in the integration of renewable energy in urban areas.

By glass-glass PV modules manufactured as you can get the building blocks of modern design and innovative and also redeemable.

Its multifunctionality can be key to increased use in the construction because, as in the case of photovoltaic pergola Eschborn, are elements that generate energy, protect from direct sun, provide physical protection and also offer an image and a unique aesthetic, attractive and environmentally friendly.