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IBC SOLAR completes 237kWp project in Poland

Installation marks the biggest PV rooftop project in the country, according to IBC.

IBC SOLAR s.r.o. completed the plant construction in fall 2014, installing a total of 947 IBC PolySol modules on the roof of the hospitalin Lódz. Apart from the modules, IBC SOLAR also delivered the inverters as well as the mounting system IBC AeroFix.1 IBC SOLAR’s Czech subsidiary, which serves both the Czech and Polish market, not only contributed to the project’s success by delivering high-quality components, but also provided the technical know-how and trained the installers for the actual project execution.

“The project in Lódz is an impressive example for our successful activities in Eastern Europe,” said Jakub Halamícek, Managing Director at IBC SOLAR s.r.o. “Poland’s PV market is evolving, and solar energy will become increasingly important in the energy mix of the country. We want to actively contribute to this development by providing more than 30 years of expert experience in the field of solar energy.”  
The PV project on top of the hospitalwas partly funded by the government through a public grant. In Poland, coal power is still very strong. The aim, though, is to grow the share of renewable energies in energy consumption over the next years in order to meet the renewable energy and climate change policies of the European Union.
  1. IBC AeroFix is a very flexible, light-weight and at the same time stable PV mounting system which allowed IBC SOLAR to fully exploit the roof area. By aligning a part of the modules in an east-west direction, a maximum of modules could be installed. Thanks to a high degree of prefabrication and by using high-quality materials such as aluminium and stainless steel, the system offers the optimum solution for applications where an exceptional level of quality, efficiency and flexibility is required.

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