Hanergy covers building in China with 460 kW of BIPV modules

Asian multinational Hanergy Mobile Energy Holding Group Co Ltd recently completed the installation of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) modules with a total capacity of 460 kW on a building in Nanchang city.

Hanergy said Wednesday it applied 4600 units of its HanWall Oerlikon modules on the façade of a skyscraper at China Pharmaceutical International Innovation Park (PIIP) in China’s Jiangxi province. It covered 6,000 sq m (64,583 sq ft) with 100-W modules to build what is says is the country’s biggest PV glass curtain wall on a single building.

The modules will mostly produce power for the building’s indoor lighting and ventilation and air conditioning systems. According to Hanergy, demand from the grid will be substantially negligible.

Source: renewablesnow.com


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