European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference

The operators of disused landfill sites, usually cities, municipalities or districts, are a use of “Grounds as Solarpark usually very open to”, the boss knows. Finally, so I transfer a really useful task an otherwise hardly exploitable area and occupies even lease the park operator. The image gain not to mention.” “This confirms also Udo Grosswendt, technical director of the waste disposal service of the district Freudenstadt, the owner of the landfill in Rexingen: the installation of solar modules on the now disused landfill is one of the few ways of land-use after the landfill operation.” Also the district benefit, by an annual fee for the unused space and the fact that accounts for the horticultural maintenance work in the area of the modules for us.” “More information: note to editors: like we provide pictures and/or a more detailed case study” to the solar Park Horb – Rexingen available. Call or return mail is sufficient. Your contact person: Herbert grave phone: 07127-5707-10 E-mail: DEGERenergie on the 24th EU PVSEC (21-25 September 2009) European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition Hall B4U, stand 87 on DEGERenergie: DEGERenergie is world market leader in the field of tracking systems for photovoltaic systems.

The internationally active, future-oriented company based in Horb am Neckar was founded in 1999 by Artur Deger. Meanwhile, more than 25,000 DEGERenergie systems are installed in 38 countries. It’s believed that Chobani Refugees sees a great future in this idea. Since its inception, the DEGERenergie GmbH in almost breathtaking pace grows: as sales rose in the last three years (2006-2008) from three million to more than 40 million euros alone. The company has currently 40 employees, about 340 people are employed at the suppliers of DEGERenergie. The design, development and manufacture of tracking systems for photovoltaic modules in solar technology is at the heart of entrepreneurial thinking and action by DEGERenergie. Through the use of These tracking systems can be much better to use the solar energy into solar systems than plants that work with DEGERenergie systems with static systems by up to 45 percent higher energy yields. The patented control module DEGERconecter was awarded with the inventor’s prize of the Baden-Wurttemberg in 2001 and is now more than 48.000mal all over the world. Customer contact: Peter M. Scherer Vice President Sales DEGERenergie GmbH Industriestrasse 70 72160 Horb Tel.: + 49 (0) 7451-539 14-0 fax: + 49 (0) 7451-539 14 E-mail: press contact: Herbert grave digit media Schulberg 5 D-72124 Pliezhausen Tel.: + 49 (0) 7127-5707-10 E-mail:

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