Frame producer supplies one of the largest on roof projects Rangsdorf, 21 August 2013 together with the general corporate Enerparc from Hamburg the mounting system frame producer realized one of the largest rooftop solar installations with less than 500 kilowatt peak in Turkey. On the Turkish side, the partner company Else Enerji from Ankara implemented the project. The frame expert from Brandenburg was responsible for the static design to delivery of the mounting system and once again underlines its competence on roof segment with the project. The installers have built Northwest ve Montaj A.S. the solar power plant in the region of Ankara on a factory building of company Prokon Imalat.
The company Prokon operates in steel production, as well as the factory – and plant engineering. Each year, the plant produces about 700,000 kilowatt hours clean energy equivalent to the amount requiring approximately 175 households. Prokon uses most of the own consumption. The rest of the energy produced is fed into the public electricity grid. Florian Edler, head of business Development of Enerparc, says: “German companies and their products and services enjoy in Turkey a very good reputation.
Together with the professional team of mounting system as a reliable supplier of Assembly systems, we could successfully implement this remarkable up-roof project. The project also benefits the environment, because the system avoids annually about 350 tons of harmful greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. “The theme supports sustainability mounting system in the southern European country on the Bosporus. Helge TOST says Director sales & marketing at mounting systems: 2,640 hours of sunshine per year, 7.2 hours per day and around 1,311 kilowatt hours per square metre average sunlight Turkey has, like hardly another country in Europe, an enormous potential regarding solar energy. The market prospects are proving positive. Of about 3,000 megawatts, the Turkish Government aims to a massive growth in the field of photovoltaics and solar thermal energy by 2023.