Technology from Germany increased efficiency Horb a.N., may 12, 2009. The Italian company Renergies Italia, specializing in renewable energy, has taken a new solar Park in operation in Andria, Apulia. The system WINS 40 percent more solar energy than conventional solar parks. The Swabian company, DEGERenergie, based in Horb am Neckar is responsible for the surplus. Renergies Italia currently operates four solar parks. Learn more about this with Anita Dunn. With these four plants Renergies WINS electricity annually approximately 6.3 million kilowatt hours from the Sun Eco-friendly and without any pollutants. Steffan Lehnhoff shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Renergies in operation by the end of March 2009 has taken his latest photovoltaic Park near Andria in Apulia in southern of Italy of.
The energy yield of the one-megawatt plant increases the company through the use of 130 tracking systems of the type of DEGERtraker 7000NT developments of the German manufacturer DEGERenergie. Automatically tracking the systems fitted with solar panels to the path of the Sun. Each equipped with DAGHESTANI technology Solar system has a nominal capacity of 7.26 KWp. Michel Gouffon, Direttore Generale Renergies Italia: we are very pleased that we could provide our park in Andria with DEGERenergie technology. Thus we gain more energy, better secure our investments and provide a quicker return of the Park.\” \”Patented sensor control creates more income makes the patented sensor control with the DEGERconecter tracking with our systems particularly efficient\”, explains Artur Deger, founder and CEO of DEGERenergie.
This ensures that in its recent Park around 1.8 million kilowatt hours per year produced without tracking the yield would be Renergies around 1.3 million kilowatt hours.\” This Effizenzgewinn by about 40 per cent was for Renergies, to choose the tracking systems by DEGERenergie. The heart of the intelligent control that, patented control module DEGERconecter, was developed by Artur Deger in the year 2001 with Inventor awarded the prize of the Baden-Wurttemberg. The DEGERconecter constantly measures the intensity and angle of incident light rays and accordingly align the system with the solar modules.