Projects on which the exhibitors at SEE Solar work
End of the year is a time of reckoning. Read what exhibitors share
In October Motto Engineering has built and connected to the electrical grid a photovoltaic power plant with capacity power of 61,2 Kwp. It is situated in the village Mlekarevo municipality of Nova Zagora. The solar system was built with Sharp photovoltaic modules and Kaco NewEnergy inverters. For construction of the power plant is contracted a subsidy by measure 312 - program to rural development.
FILKAB JSCo successfully operates in the field of RES and gained a lot of experience in the last years.
Projects under construction in 2011/2012
“Chobanka” – 10 MW
„Mogilino“ – 208 kW
„Hadjiiski livadi“ – 19 MW
We have own production of complete concrete transformer stations, concrete invertor stations in partnership with SMA, string and invertor switchboards as well as frameworks for ground-mounted PV power plants.
Eurodesign Ltd. has the experience, personnel and technical ability to perform all activities related to construction of photovoltaic systems. The company is working on several projects:
Delivery of equipment and construction of terrestrial photovoltaic power plant 199kWp;
Design, equipment supply and construction of roof photovoltaic power plant 30kWp. Blagoevgrad;
Design, equipment supply and construction of autonomous PV system feeding residential building in common. Kyustendil;
Design, equipment supply and construction of redundant power of a family house. Kyustendil.
"Eurodesign" is a partner and representative of two leading German companies in the field of autonomous photovoltaic systems and network, a major German distributor of photovoltaic plant cables and connectors.
The past year marked a success for the entire group of companies of Smart Energy: Certification ISO 9001:2008 for design, supply, installation and commissioning, management, maintenance, warranty and service stations for electric energy RES and last but not least - the prominent II-nd prize in the energy sector
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Increase in Romanian solar panel systems expected by 2014
According to Ariston Thermo Romania, a solar panel company, the Romanian solar panel market will reach 50 000 systems in the next two years, closing down the gap in volume compared to European markets. Ariston forecasts an increasing demand for solar panels in the year to come, fueled by the extension of the governmental program Casa Verde (Green House) in 2012.
Around 20 000 houses had installed solar panel systems prior to the Casa Verde program that ensured financing starting 2010 and will continue in 2012. This program will increase solar panel installments to 50 000, stated Catalin Draguleanu, sales director at Ariston Thermo Romania.
Around 16 100 requests have been approved in 2010 for heating systems using renewable sources that will replace or complete classic systems, according to data from The Environmental Fund Administration. Around 24 000 other requests for financing have been filled in this year, exceeding the allocated budget of 100 million lei by 40 million.
Data from the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) shows that around 26 000 houses had solar panel installed at the beginning of 2011, ranking close to Bulgaria. Ariston data shows that Hungary had 37 500 with installed solar panels, while the Czech Republic exceeds 77 000. Poland reported 164 000 houses. Germany is leading with 2.75 million houses that have solar panels. Greece is trailing behind with 1.36 million, followed by Austria with 770 000. ESTIF data also shows that Romania and Bulgaria have 105 000 square meters of solar panel surface each.