Conergy powers up Marina Bay Sands
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Conergy, has designed and installed a 145 killowatt peak (kWp) solar power system in Singapore’s, Marina Bay Sands. This marks the first commercial-scale rooftop installation for Conergy in Singapore, and the highest location in the country that the company has fitted panels on thus far, at 200m above sea level.
With solar panels lining the roofs of the Sands SkyPark and covering an area of 880 sqm, Marina Bay Sands will be able to reduce carbon emissions by 70 tons every year. The 536 solar panels can generate 187 megawatt-hours of energy per year.
Key features of the rooftop installation include Conergy PE 270 mono noir PV modules from JA Solar and roof-top racking solutions from Mounting Systems GmbH.
Alexander Lenz, Conergy CEO, said: “This project is a milestone for Conergy in Singapore, as it is our first commercial-scale rooftop installation in the country, as well as the highest at 200m above sea level. We are very pleased to work with Marina Bay Sands, a leader in sustainability within the hospitality industry, on this significant achievement for such an iconic landmark that is recognized the world over.”
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