Atzendorf 1.4 MW – Germany

697kWp + 750kWp solar project in Germany

Work done:

  • Installation of the electrical modules
  • Installation of the DC cabling
  • Installation of the AC/DC inverters
  • Logistics in regard to electrical components (storage, acceptance, insurance)

                AC Installation

  • Connection of AC low voltage wiring
  • Connection of low voltage side TS
  • Connection of AC collection boxes
  • Connection of the cabling for the safety system
  • Logistics in regard to electrical components (storage, acceptance, insurance)

GAARZ 4.7 MW – Germany

4.7 MW solar project in Germany

Work done:

  • Distribution of used materials (modules, etc.)
  • Waste management in the area
  • Installation of modules
  • DC string reconnection between rows in black pipes located in sand inside of trench,
  • Reconnecting of modules
  • DC cable fixation
  • String measurement and labeling and preparation of string measurement protocol
  • Connection to Gak boxes
  • Earthing of Gak boxes
  • Earthing of tables

Fishbeck 7.2 MW – Germany

7,2 MW solar project


The solar farm, erected by Viking Renewable BG, is situated on land near Fishbeck, Germany.
Works done by Viking Renewable BG as CONTRACTOR:

  • Fence installation
  • Preparation for the installation of the electrical modules
  • Installation of the electrical modules
  • Installation of the DC cabling
  • Installation of the DC solar connectors
  • Installation of the DC/AC inverters
  • Logistics with regard to electrical components (storage, acceptance, insurance)

AC Installation

  • Installation of AC low voltage wiring
  • Installation and connection of low voltage side TS and monitoring container
  • Installation of AC collection boxes
  • Installation of the cabling for the safety system
  • Installation and connection of mid voltage side between TS and electrical site entry point
  • Logistics with regard to electrical components (storage, acceptance, insurance)

Al-Shamiyah Haram Extension & Mataf

BIPV system for Al-Shamiyah Haram Extension & Mataf:

PV modules will be fitted to the roof of bridges connecting the Piazza to Mataf area of the great mosque. PV Modules with both curved and flat profiles are used. The bespoke modules will aptly fit the design intent of the bridge.

Technical data for BIPV installation on the bridge:

  • Installed capacity: 1.3 MW peak
  • Annual Production: 1.6 GWh 
  • CO2 saving: 950.000 ton           
  • Module coverage area: 8981 square meters
  • Module quantity: 3936 pieces

 

The modules retrofitted to the Shooter roof will also have a green texture specially designed to match the theme of the surrounding area.

Safety will be paramount to the installation owing to the site being a place of pilgrimage where millions visit every year. Each bespoke module will be fitted with module-level power electronic device for module-level control and optimal system efficiency.

Technical data for BIPV installation on Shooter:

  • Installed capacity: 0.4 MW peak
  • Annual Production: 0.6 GWh 
  • CO2 saving: 360.000 ton           
  • Module coverage area: 2900 square meters
  • Module quantity: 1312 pieces

Sustainability Pavilion

Expo 2020 Sustainability Pavilion


Sustainability Pavilion is one of the three thematic pavilions, built to be the signature structures for the word EXPO to be held in Dubai by 2021.

The pavilion’s roof, also called the pavilion canopy was fabricated with BIPV panels to ensures that the structure has a net zero-emission.

The canopy has 18 Nos. Energy trees built along its periphery to supplement the energy produced from the canopy. The Tree heads were designed to move along the trail of the sun, to improve the energy harnessing capacity of the tree.

The system is the biggest BIPV installation in the world, sizing to an aggregated installed capacity of 2.1 MWp.

Technical Data:

  • Total installed capacity: 2.1 MWp
  • Specific yield: 1684 KWh/KWp/year
  • Performance ratio: 82.59 %
  • Total Grid feed-in for the first year: 4.1 GWh/year

Scope:

  1. Preparation of Detailed Solar & Structural Design for the System.
  2. Coordinate closely with concerned authorities to get project approvals:
  3. Equipment supply and installation
  4. Comply with all the applicable HSE requirements
  5. AC and DC work
  6. Testing and commissioning of the system
  7. Provide the As-built drawings.
  8. Project Management for the entire PV system.
  9. Project handover

enoc futuristic retail fuel station

ENOC Futurisic Retail Fuel Station

The Futuristic Retail Fuel Station was an ingenious structure built within the expo master site, in Dubai, to be a flagship of Emirates National Oil Company. The structure was intended to achieve LEEDs Gold certification at the minimum.  

Representatives from Viking were involved in the design, installation, and commissioning of this futuristic structure. The project was of bespoke nature and customized modules that suit the architectural intent of the structure were designed, procured, and installed.

Technical Data:

Total installed capacity: 137.54 KWp

Specific yield: 1471 KWh/KWp/year

Performance ratio: 72.59 %

Total Grid feed in for first year: 203.09   MWh/year

Scope:

  1. Preparation of Detailed Solar & Structural Design for the System. 
  2. Coordinate closely with concerned authorities to get project approvals: 
  3. Equipment supply and installation
  4. Comply with all the applicable HSE requirements
  5. AC and DC work
  6. Testing and commissioning of the system
  7. Provide the As-built drawings.
  8. Project Management for the entire PV system.
  9. Project handover

Mataf Ceiling, Mecca

Viking was in-charge of Electrical/Mechanical works related to Mataf Ceiling around Kaba, Minarets, and Solar PV in Mecca.
Currently, there are 5 floors around the Kaaba and approximately 2 million LED’s to be installed and connected.
LED’s are controlled by DMX/RDM( Remote Device Management) protocol.

Viking attributions:

-Material Submittal preparation and submittals of Luminaries, Down-lights, Electrical Cabinets, Cantilever, etc. to DAR Cairo.
-Elaboration of Electrical Shop Drawings for Mataf Ceiling, Minarets, and Solar PV
-Electrical/Mechanical design and installations
-Single line diagrams elaboration
-Saudi Arabia Metro stations Solar PV design

Temporary Mataf, Mecca

The temporary bridge “Temporary Mataf” in the al-Haram mosque in Mecca was built to keep the capacity during the 3-year renovation phase. The unique structure consists completely of carbon composite and satisfies different requirements on a high level:
The frame structure offers a maximum load-bearing capacity with a minimum amount of material. The high stiffness allows for a high comfort for pilgrims. The entire structure can be built and disassembled quickly without the need for heavy tools which was one of the crucial demands for the work in the courtyard of mosque.

Material: Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Plastic CFRP
Area: 5000m²
Width: 12m
Diameter: 100m
Height: 12m

Viking contributions:
-Project reports
-Material Submittal preparation and submitals of Luminaires, Downlights, Electrical Cabinets, Cantilever etc. to DAR Cairo.
-Luminary installations
-Cable installations
-3D Studies

West Raynham 49.8 MW

Raynham Airfield PV park


This 50 MW solar park, erected by Viking Renewable UK Ltd, is situated on a disused airfield near Fakenham in Norfolk is one of the largest in the UK, generating enough renewable electricity to power more than 11,000 average homes
Works are done by Viking Renewable UK Ltd. as CONTRACTOR:
Site management

Security 24 h

Temporary storage area

Reception and Unloading of the materials

Civil works:
Ground cleaning and preparation of the working area
Road Paths
Internal and Access Road
Execution of buildings foundation
Execution of Customer Switching Room, Control and CCTV Building and Meteorological Station Foundations
Trenches and conduits (supply and installation)
Fencing (supply and installation)
Demolitions

Mechanical works:
Topographical works
Ramming of the piles
Structure Mounting System
Mounting of the PV panels

Electrical works:
Installation of AC cabling between inverters and transformers
Installation of DC cabling between inverters and string combiner boxes
Installation of DC cabling between string combiner boxes and panels
Connection PV modules
Assembly of string combiner boxes
Connection and installation of the inverters, MV transformers
Grounding connection
Installation of auxiliary supply between the distribution board and inverter.
Fitting of fuses (left forward) in each string combiner box.
Installation of data cabling between the logger, inverters, and string combiner boxes.
Installation of 1 off-earth rod and earth lead to each string combiner box.
Connection of each substation earth mat linking the inverters and transformers together.
Carry out final glanding / termination of all installed cabling.
Testing and commissioning
As-built documents

Primrose Hill 4 MW – UK

4,5 MW solar project


The solar farm , erected by Viking Renewable UK Ltd, is situated on land at Primrose Hill Farm in Lincolnshire. The solar farm will provide the local electricity needs of almost 1,100 average UK households and will save in the region of 2700 tons of carbon dioxide per year.
Works done by Viking Renewable UK Ltd. as CONTRACTOR:

  • Civil works
  • Concrete foundations for the structure
  • Mechanical works
  • Topographical works
  • Ramming of the piles
  • Structure Mounting System
  • Mounting of the PV panels