System owner: B. Oberle, Schwanau-Ottenheim, Germany
Buildings used for agricultural purposes offer great potential for the generation of solar energy.
The building owned by B. Oberle, a farmer in Schwanau-Ottenheim, also provides the best of conditions.
System operator: Oberstufenzentrum TIEM, Berlin, Germany
The roof of the technical and vocational college has an approximately 80 m² large, net-coupled photovoltaic system. The system is not the highest point in the vicinity.
Direct lightning strikes are not expected here. The system still has to be integrated into the existing lightning protection concept.
Construction company: Götz, Gündelbach / Pforzheim, Germany
Private residential building with a 2.5 kWp. photovoltaic system. A private building with southbound alignment of the roof pitch and a roof slope of about 30° offer optimum conditions for a private photovoltaic system operator.
Network-independent power supply unit with photovoltaics, wind power and hydropower
The power supply unit for radio equipment, lighting, etc. must be continuously safeguarded.
Failures caused by damage due to surge voltages can be prevented using surge protection devices. The availability of the electrical system is also permanently ensured.