Centroplan’s partner beegy has received the “Innovator of the Year 2018” award from the renowned economic magazine “brand eins”.
Centroplan’s partner beegy (www.beegy.com) has received the “Innovator of the Year 2018” award from the renowned economic magazine “brand eins”. More than 22,000 experts and industry representatives cast their vote and affirmed that beegy has played a pioneering role in the Energy & Environment sector, with regards to providing forward-thinking products, services and processes. Centroplan supports beegy with their Centre of excellence for PV systems, electrical storage and charging stations, as well as with their roofing know-how in all sectors. As a ONE STOP SHOP for planning, construction, maintenance and operation, Centroplan sets the standard when it comes to quality and customer satisfaction. Together with beegy, we help to generate PV energy in a cost-optimised way for companies, while also providing intelligent management. This energy can then be used for things such as charging electric cars or operating a heat pump. Centroplan would like to congratulate beegy on this well-deserved award!
Together with Sika Services AG, Centroplan has developed a flat-roof mounting system which is distributed exclusively by Centroplan – the SIKA® SOLARMOUNT-1 (SSM1).
The system is an essential component of a solar-panelled roof concept where all roof and PV components are compatible and coordinated. This light and aerodynamic system is specially designed for the installation of PV systems on flat roofs which are covered in Sika Sarnafil roof sheeting and allows Sika customers to install the system on Sika roof sheeting and to keep the Sika material guarantee with both renovations and new-builds. The system stands out thanks to its easy installation and low roof load. The system is configured by Centroplan according to Silka installation guidelines.
Operating, safety and protection schemes for solar systems and battery-saving systems, 19th – 20th October 2017 in Berlin
The DGS Academy Berlin [German section of the International Solar Energy Society] and the Haus der Technik are thrilled to present the 4th German photovoltaic operation and safety conference in Berlin with a comprehensive programme featuring top-ranking experts from the community. The conference will provide detailed information about the current state of the art, standards and guidelines concerning the planning, construction, mounting, installation and operation of PV systems, also in combination with battery-saving systems. In addition, there will be a detailed discussion on quality criteria and aspects of safety, in particular relating to planning and construction and operational experience (system yields and performance). Typical errors with system construction and gaps in quality and safety will be shown and discussed. Current and future requirements regarding quality and optimised operation and operation modes will be discussed to ensure the continued advancement of photovoltaics and solar energy savers in all areas of application. You can find further information here.