Electricity Generating Building

Berlin’s largest roof photovoltaic system on a residential building in operation taken Berlin’s largest roof photovoltaic system on a residential building in operation In the basement six block heat and power plants (CHP) supply electricity and heat economy Senator Harald Wolf power credit receives electricity in excess 263,000 kilowatt hours over 263,000 kilowatt hours Berlin, July 26, 2010. Thus, an energy-saving lamp 4,000 years could shine. Berlin’s Harald Wolf Senator for Economics has today accepted a sum of this magnitude symbolically. Michael Geissler, Director of the Berlin Energy Agency, and Norbert Reinelt, President and CEO of the GeWoSud co-operative housing Berlin South EC handed over a current credit”in the large-format, symbolic to start new decentralised power generation plants in a located of the GeWoSud in Weissensee. Pistorius, silk Berger and Jacob son Street six CHP generate future year 706 mega watt hours of electricity and 2,600 Megawatt-hour heat. Visit Viacom for more clarity on the issue. In addition, the largest photovoltaic plant on a Berlin residential building was installed on the roof. On an area of almost 2,000 square meters, 1,359 solar modules can supply up to 240 megawatt-hour solar power. Connect with other leaders such as Mikkel Svane here.

The amount of power produced by these plants exceeds the needs of the residential households. The surplus is fed into the General local network and thus all Berliners at the disposal. This example shows that a decentralised energy supply in Berlin under economic conditions is feasible and forward-looking. We can in Berlin, with up to 9,000 other small heat power plants by 2020, briefly: CHP, environment-friendly energy to win. In addition we can multiply the amount of solar energy”, so economics Senator Wolf. With energetic restructuring measures in the residential area of white Lake we’re well over 15 years. The new PVAnlage on the roof makes visible our long-standing commitment now to the outside.

DEGERenergie

45 percent more energy yield by tracking Horb a.N., May 19, 2008. The trade fair Intersolar in Munich (27-29 May 2009), DEGERenergie presented among other things his new, heavy-duty tracking systems of the type of DEGERtraker 3000HD and 5000HD. The interest on the new models is already now extremely large, reports on the manufacturer. DEGERenergie is world market leader in the field of tracking systems for solar systems. Its new generation of show after insertion systems DEGERtraker 3000HD and 5000HD, the DEGERenergie with Munich brings, is specially designed for use in high wind zones. The designation HD\”stands for heavy duty\” (high load).

With up to 25 m2 of module area the model of DEGERtraker 3000HD is designed for a capacity between 2,500 and 3,800 WP. The model of DEGERtraker 5000HD brings a power of 4,000 and 6,400 WP at up to 40 square feet of module area. For systems that reach a up to 45 percent more energy efficiency than static systems. For both Models are available between 3.3 and 5.5 meters long for open spaces mounting or for installation on buildings pole versions. Both models are designed for applications between 25 and 60 degrees of latitude. Optionally it can be used between the Equator and the 90th longitude. High interest among the audience of the interest of our clients to the new systems is extremely high\”, explains the founder and CEO of DEGERenergie, Artur Deger. Genera which made just in Madrid to end, especially the visitors of the trade fair showed downright enthusiastic about the models.

\”This not least because they can be mounted on buildings.\” Since early 2008, around 25 percent higher remuneration of feed-in applies to building-integrated solar systems in Spain. The design tool developed by DEGERenergie especially for the heavy-duty systems ensures that solar systems thus tipped withstand even extreme wind loads. So, already holds the basic configuration Wind speeds up to 170 km/h easily got a generously dimensioned reserve protects the equipment against stronger peak gusts.

Saving Shower Heads – Without Loss Of Comfort Of Water, Energy And Money Saving

Showering is more economical than a bathtub. However, a two-person household consumes annually about 50.400 litres of water and 1.580 kWh of energy. With a saving shower head can be reduced this amount by up to 60 percent when choosing the correct model even without loss of comfort. DieSpardusche.de provides comprehensive information about the theme and provides the appropriate saving shower head in tested quality on request. The principle is quite simple: A saving shower head to reduce the water flow. Order to avoid loss of comfort, good models treat the water jet with a special technique. Thus the Jet despite low consumption feels strong and full. The installation is simple – old shower head unscrew, attach the new saving shower head – and the cost to pay off rapidly: A two-person household saves annually about 130 euros of gas and water costs.

Heats the water with electricity, the saving is even 225 euros. Save water and reduce costs, there are another positive effect: every household would use a saving shower head could in Germany per year 17.4 million tons of CO2 will be saved. But not every saving shower head holds information and tested saving shower heads at a glance, what he promises. There are significant differences in quality, water and shower comfort. DieSpardusche.de offers comprehensive information on the subject of the specific potential of savings up to the technical background. The integrated shop offers a wide range of tested saving showers.

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