Eggenfelden/Athens, 28. July 2010 - In the frame of the H2SusBuild program supported by the EU, the HaWi subsidiary HAWI Renewables SA realised the largest public solar project up to now in Greece by order of the Technical University of Athens (NTUA). The prestigious object is a good example for a successful combination of historic architecture and solar energy production.
The tender was carried out under the direction of Prof. Ioannis Paspaliaris of the NTUA accepting the concept of HaWi Renewables SA which managed to prevail. As general contractor the Greek subsidiary of the German company HaWi Energietechnik AG was responsible for the planning and the project management of this first project in the historic technology park of Lavrio. Within four weeks, the sub-contractor Electrotech realised the installation of the plant in May 2010 and will be responsible for the maintenance on site.
624 thin-film panels with CIGS technology, six SMA SMC 8000TL inverters and 19 generator connection boxes of the company EnWi-Etec GmbH were installed. For a first period of five years, the HAWI monitoring system combined with Meteocontrol Weblog Pro DSL will monitor the 47 kWp plant making available on-line the measured data and simulations during this time.
Source: HaWi Energietechnik AG