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International ISO quality mark puts greentech ahead of the field

Hamburg, 28.09.2022 – A leading specialist in the design, construction, operation and management of photovoltaic solar projects has achieved IMS accreditation, giving customers reassurance that its solar farms meet the highest international standards (ISO) for Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental management. greentech UK, which has its headquarters in Milton Keynes, was awarded IMS accreditation in September 2022 after successfully passing an independent audit for the Provision of PV Solar Development, Operations & Maintenance. IMS certification is awarded to companies which implement two or more ISO standards together in a single framework that everyone in the company can work from. [...]

By |30 September 2022|Categories: News|0 Comments

greentech offers comprehensive services in the field of communication and control of PV power plants

Hamburg, 19.09.2022 – The communication capability of photovoltaic plants is of great importance due to increasing energy industry requirements and increasing interconnectivity. Older plants often cannot keep up with the requirements of modern power plant IT. As an integrated PV specialist, greentech advises, supports and configures the entire power plant IT of new and existing plants individually with its own specialists from the Power Plant IT and Industrial Control Systems (PPIT & ICS) division. The team ensures professional integration and stable connection of power plant communication to the Internet and the associated interfaces. In addition, it also [...]

By |19 September 2022|Categories: News|0 Comments

Cooperation with Covestro for up to 4% more yield

Hamburg, June 14, 2022 – The more irradiation a PV module absorbs, the higher the electricity yield generated by the system. The glass of today`s modules is therefore already manufactured in such a way that as little light as possible is reflected from the surface. This is made possible by an anti-reflective coating (ARC), which has been used in the production of solar glass for about 10 years. This increases the entry of sunlight on the solar cell and thus also the yield with the same irradiation. However, solar modules that are more than a decade old were usually produced [...]

By |14 July 2022|Categories: News|0 Comments

greentech at Intersolar Europe Conference 2022 in Munich

Hamburg, June 13th, 2022 – This year's Intersolar Europe in Munich showed that the PV industry is booming. With over 65,000 visitors from almost 150 countries, the event counted around 1/3 more visitors than the last regular Intersolar before the Corona pandemic in 2019. In addition to current trends such as PV storage solutions, technologies such as agri and floating PV or increasing power purchase agreements (PPAs), supply bottlenecks of components, the shortage of skilled workers in the industry and regulatory requirements were also discussed. greentech joined the trade fair with over 25 PV experts to meet customers and suppliers as [...]

By |13 June 2022|Categories: News|0 Comments

greentech offers feasibility analysis for rooftop PV systems

Hamburg, April 22nd, 2022 – The PV specialist greentech recently started offering feasibility analyses for the technical and economic realisation of rooftop PV systems. The experts of greentech, headquartered in Hamburg, assess the characteristics of the available roof area and the possibility of electrical integration of the PV system into the building. In addition to a proven plant design individually developed and optimised for the respective roof, the client also receives estimates of the PV plant's energy production, anticipated CO2 savings and the expected economic payback period. Rooftop PV systems increasingly a legal obligation The offer applies to [...]

By |22 April 2022|Categories: News|0 Comments

Solar power targets welcomed — but more action needed

UK-based solar energy specialist greentech today welcomed moves to triple the number of solar panels across the UK by 2030 — but said the Government must do more to make it happen. Leaked details ahead of the publication of the Government’s energy security white paper suggest that official targets for solar power generation will soar from the current capacity of 14GW to 50GW over the next eight years. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy says it also wants to see big increases in offshore and onshore wind power and a doubling of the country’s nuclear power capacity over the same [...]

By |08 April 2022|Categories: News|0 Comments
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