Freiberg (Deutschland) I 8,4 kWp
Das EnergieAutarkeHaus ist das erste bezahlbare, tatsächlich energieautarke Wohnhaus, das seinen gesamten Jahresenergiebedarf ausschließlich aus der Sonne bezieht.
Dresden (Germany) I 29 kWp
Headquarters of MR SunStrom GmbH.
Munich (Germany) I 203 kWp
The five individually shaped solar energy roofs, following the curved shape of the façade, require demanding special structures as well as an exact detailed design and implementation.
Dresden (Germany) I 2,34 MWp
This particularly flat-built open-area installation in the inner area of the racecourse is the largest solar energy plant in Dresden and also the largest inner-city solar energy system in the whole of Germany.
Stuttgart (Germany) | 971 kWp
A greened-over steel roof stretches over its six parking levels in a wide arc, providing room for a solar energy power station in the megawatt class. Both the geometry of the roof and changing wind load zones, in particular, presented increased demands in planning and in implementation.
Troyes Cedex (France) I 22 kWp
The fact that "difficult" building geometries and photovoltaics do not exclude each other, is vindicated by this example. The façade-mounted system, providing protection from the sun for the offices at the same time, runs in a shimmering blue ribbon around the building, its "shadow games" making for an attractive optical impression.
Munich (Germany) I 824 kWp
6,500 m² of photovoltaic modules form the "fifth façade" of the architecturally complex BMW Customer Centre. Here, the ecological objective of the company becomes clear in an exceptionally aesthetic manner.