Des modules photovoltaïques confectionnés individuellement pour une intégration créative au bâti
Architekten

PLANIFICATION

Architectes | bureaux d'ingénieurs
NOUVEAU: VCS-DesignPV – la nouvelle dimension de conception architectonique sans limite et créative avec la photovoltaïque!
Fassadenbauer

BÂTIMENT ET TRAVAUX PUBLICS

Façade | construction en verre | installations électriques
Les modules photovoltaïques en verre composite de sécurité / verre isolant : faites de la production d'énergie un élément structurel
Bauherren

CLIENTS

Maîtres d'ouvrage | développeurs immobiliers
Depuis les grands projets spectaculaires jusqu'à la construction de maisons privées –
ce que nous réalisons aujourd'hui, était hier encore l'avenir !
  • Abschattungslamellen
    Lamelles d'ombragement
  • Terrassendach
    Toit-terrasse
  • Wintergarten
    Toit-terrasse
  • Dachverglasung VSG
    Toit en VCS
  • Dachverglasung Isolierglas
    Toit en verre isolant
  • Balkon
    Parapets de balcon
  • Kaltfassade
    Facade ventilee
  • Isolierglasfassade
    Facade en verre isolant
  • Schallschutz
    Insonorisation
  • Kunstwerk
    Euvre d'art
  • Mobile Anwendungen
    Applications mobiles
  • Abschattungslamellen
    Lamelles d'ombragement
  • Terrassendach
    Toit-terrasse
  • Wintergarten
    Toit-terrasse
  • Dachverglasung VSG
    Toit en VCS
  • Dachverglasung Isolierglas
    Toit en verre isolant
  • Balkon
    Parapets de balcon
  • Kaltfassade
    Facade ventilee
  • Isolierglasfassade
    Facade en verre isolant
  • Schallschutz
    Insonorisation
  • Kunstwerk
    Euvre d'art
  • Mobile Anwendungen
    Applications mobiles
Aktuelle Themen
Renewable energy installations conquer the ski world.

Lift operators make a commitment to climate protection with photovoltaic panels from ertex solar.
A relatively small, but very spectacular photovoltaic installation, with 5.5 kW, was constructed in 2009, 1620 m above sea-level, at Kronplatz in the South Tyrolean Dolomites. In the ski hut on the Piz de Plaies, a total of 40 modules in the form of differing shapes and dimensions, were installed. Since then, the installation has run smoothly, without problems, and supplies per year about the same level of power consumed by the ski hut.

Three years later in 2012, FMV, Illwerke and Doppelmayr realize for the first time a world first in the form of the "Hüttenkopf" 6-seater chairlift on the Golm mountain range, again with modules from ertex solar. In this instance the glazing was in an elegantly curved design, retro-fitting an existing installation, therefore, nothing is an obstacle. Depending on the length of the lift system, between one third and 50% of the total electricity demand of the cable car, can be covered by the solar energy captured.


In early December a further project, with an installation from ertex solar, was implemented. This project from Architekturbüro Hasenauer, Saalfelden, Austria, planned a timber-constructed station building for the Glocknerbahn in Zell am See, Austria, including 34 modules from ertex solar. One should, however, not be fooled by the small number of modules in terms of installed capacity, as with dimensions of approximately 3.2 x 1.5 m, the modules are around three times larger than commercial panels. On 165 m², 17 kWp were installed, which corresponds to the power demand of circa 5 households. For maximum energy yield – especially for Winter operation – the main body was designed by the Hasenauer architect office for optimal sun alignment.

Erich Egger, CEO of Schmittenhöhebahn AG, said in an interview with the Bezirksblatt Mittersill regional newspaper: “We see ourselves as a pioneer in the field of energy efficiency in tourism, so this project is a further logical investment in a sustainable future”.  He also points out that the company has chosen a building-integrated technology to be sensitive to the surroundings and not to harm the unique landscape.

Much respect is also due to the glass company of Tichy from Zell am See, who under extreme winter conditions, installed the modules shortly before start-up.


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