Solar PV project in Bristol, United Kingdom
- Off-loading, distribution, ramming, assembling and testing of the mounting structure
- Ramming of the piles
- PV and Inverter Structure Mounting
- PV Module Installation
Ramming of the piles
Structure Mounting System
Mounting of the PV panels
Laying of the DC, AC (LV, MV) data cables
MV stations installation and cabling
Installation of Earthing systems, Weather station, CCTV and SCADA systems
50MW solar project in Spain
Mechanical and Electrical installation of a PV Modules:
697kWp + 750kWp solar project in Germany
4.7 MW solar project in Germany
The solar farm, erected by Viking Renewable BG, is situated on land near Fishbeck, Germany.
Works done by Viking Renewable BG as CONTRACTOR:
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:
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:
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.