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The up to now most powerful PV plant in Poland has been connected at the end of August. With impressive 22.947 modules and a total output of nearly 7MWp, this project was a real challenge for planning, technics, logistics and assembly.
However, together with our long-standing partner Goldbeck Solar, our certified mounting partner Solartechnik Dresden and, of course, with our revolutionary flat roof mounting system EVO 2.0 South, we successfully made it.
The project on the company`s site in Jasin included 5 halls of the polish logistics group CLIP Logistics Magazyn. Existing installations and switching systems had to be taken into consideration and integrated into the new system during mounting. Special demands turned out through the restricted load reserves of the roofs which, however, could be resolved by using aerodynamically optimized side plates on the system and load transmission by ridge brackets.
The adherence to the static compression resistance of the mineral wool insulation of the roofs could be provided on the PMT System through additional measures and thus, the plant configured as “long-term free of failure”. In addition to the basic system EVO 2.0 South for flat roofs and trapezoidal sheet our newly developed AC converter bench and the adaptable line connection was mounted.