Posted by: transdomo | March 9, 2010

Solar electricity from the Porsche plant

Ultra-modern photovoltaic system on 40,000-square-meter roof top
Porsche AG, Stuttgart, the manufacturer of sporty premium vehicles is making a 40,000-square-meter area on the roof top of its central spare parts warehouse in Sachsenheim (Baden-Wuerttemberg) available for Goldbeck Solar GmbH.
Goldbeck Solar will install and operate system of approximately 8,500 photovoltaic modules there with a nominal output of two megawatts.
The electricity will be fed into the grid of the energy provider E&W Eichwald GmbH, Bietigheim-Bissingen.
“Progressive environmental protection and conservation of resources isn’t only a Porsche priority in production. Our central spare parts warehouse provides the ideal conditions for ecological energy generation,” says Wolfgang Leimgruber, Member of the Executive Board for Production and Logistics of Porsche AG.

The system will be able to generate nearly two million kilowatt hours per year, which is equivalent to the average energy consumption of approximately 500 four-person households. At the same time, approximately 1,780 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) will be saved every year.
Source: Porsche

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