On July 22 SolarisFloat’s General Manager will be present at Intersolar Floating Solar PV Conference. He will join a panel of high-level experts on Floating Solar. Along with their business models and emerging technologies, they will share their experience and know-how on the challenges and strategy design within this field of work.

This one-day online conference gathers several high-level experts from Austria, France, Germany, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan and others. There will be a discussion forum for comprehensive and in-depth information about floating PV.

During the online event several trendy topics on floating PV will be presented and debated in several sessions. People will be able to attend to three main panels: Floating Solar PV – A Growing Global Footprint; Technical Aspects Above and Below the Water Surface of Floating Solar PV Power Plants; and Floating Solar – Business Models and Emerging Technologies.

João Felgueiras, SolarisFloat’s General Manager, will join the high-level panel Floating Solar – Business Models and Emerging Technologies, scheduled for 01:30 pm (CEST). SolarisFloat General Manager will share his expertise and know how on Floating PV with Tracking Strategy and Challenges.

In sum, market developments and first-hand best practice examples on lakes and off the coast, and financing possibilities and technical challenges above and below the water surface these will be the hot topics at the spotlight of this event.

To learn more about the event and register, please follow the link: https://bit.ly/320nPiZ

 

SolarisFloat was invited to be one of the speakers at Intersolar Europe, that will be held in Munich, Germany, on June 19-20, 2018.

The invitation was made after the presentation of Protevs at SNEC 2018, in Shangai, one month ago.

Protevs is a two-axis tracking floating PV solution unique in the world that will certainly bring new challenges for the environment, economy and the solar photovoltaic industry. This Portuguese solution allows plus 30% to 40% more energy production capability when compared with fixed solutions.

Modular, detachable, scalable, reliable solution, with an easy installation process, each island comprises 180 photovoltaic. 15 islands correspond to 1MW installed, occupy 25,000m2 and produce, in good location and normal conditions, 2,500 MWh/year, which allows to supply more than 800 people. *

Protevs is an environmentally friendly solution: uses recyclable materials and allows 60% less of evaporation of water, reduction of algae growth and reduction of water temperature.

Protevs was developed by SolarisFloat, that belongs to the jp.group, a Portuguese business group with an international presence in more than 70 countries, using I&D developed with Portuguese Universities and leading industries.

* 3 MWh/year/per capita is the world consumption, according to “Key world energy statistics”,
International Energy Agency: https://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/KeyWorld2017.pdf

 

SolarisFloat will be at EXPO Solar 2018, in Korea, to present Protevs, a two-axis tracking floating PV solution that is unique in the world.

Modular, detachable, scalable, reliable solution, with an easy installation process, each island comprises 180 photovoltaic. 15 islands correspond to 1MW installed, occupy 25,000m2 and produce, in good location and normal conditions, 2,500 MWh/year, which allows to supply more than 800 people.

Protevs allows plus 30% to 40% more energy production capability when compared with fixed solutions. It is an environmentally friendly solution: uses recyclable materials and allows 60% less of evaporation of water, reduction of algae growth and reduction of water temperature.

Protevs was developed by SolarisFloat, that belongs to the jp.group, a Portuguese business group with an international presence in more than 70 countries, using I&D developed with Portuguese Universities and leading industries. It is protected by 1 design register, 5 provisional patent registers and 2 brand registrations.

Protevs will certainly bring new challenges for the environment, economy and the solar photovoltaic industry.

* 3 MWh/year/per capita is the world consumption, according to “Key world energy statistics”,
International Energy Agency: https://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/KeyWorld2017.pdf

 

Renewable power accounted for 70% of net additions to global power generating capacity in 2017, the largest increase in renewable power capacity in modern history, according to REN21’s Renewables 2018 Global Status Report (GSR). But the heating, cooling and transport sectors – which together account for about four-fifths of global final energy demand – continue to lag far behind the power sector. The GSR, published last 4th June, is the most comprehensive annual overview of the state of renewable energy worldwide.

 

Protevs is a unique project in the world that will certainly bring new challenges for the environment, economy and the solar photovoltaic industry. This Portuguese solution will be launched at International Photovoltaic Power Generation and Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition (SNEC PV POWER EXPO), in Xangai, China, on May 28-30, 2018.

Protevs allows plus 30% to 40% more energy production capability when compared with fixed solutions.

Modular, detachable, scalable, reliable solution, with an easy installation process, each island comprises 180 photovoltaic panels with two-axis tracking.

Protevs is an environmentally friendly solution: uses recyclable materials and allows 60% less of evaporation of water, reduction of algae growth and reduction of water temperature.

15 islands correspond to 1MW installed, occupy 25,000m2 and produce, in good location and normal conditions, 2,500 MWh/year, which allows to supply more than 800 people.*

Protevs was developed by SolarisFloat, that belongs to the jp.group, a Portuguese business group with an international presence in more than 70 countries, using I&D developed with Portuguese Universities and leading industries. It is protected by 1 design register, 5 provisional patent registers and 2 brand registrations.

* 3 MWh/year/per capita is the world consumption, according to “Key world energy statistics”,
International Energy Agency: https://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/KeyWorld2017.pdf