my-PV GmbH

my-PV has moved

On January 18, 2021 the first excavator drove up, after almost 7 months of construction, whereby the largest part was done from the spring of 2021, it is now ready: The new company headquarters of my-PV is ready for occupancy and offers the employees of my-PV a new and high-quality place of work.Since the end of August, products of high quality have been developed and manufactured again as usual on a total of 858 m². Due to the new general conditions our production capacity increases fivefold.

In addition to the innovative storage concept, which transfers surplus solar energy in the form of heat to the building foundation via electric heating wires, the 300 photovoltaic modules stand for particularly favorable operation: We are planning

on 67% lower operating costs

compared to conventional company buildings of this size.

The move in a very short time

In less than 4 days, the previous company location was cleared out; the previous inventory, the office materials as well as the production environment including warehouse and development were moved with a 3.5 ton small truck between the two locations located in the same municipality. With a total of 17 journeys, quite a lot of trips were made.

Our new address is now at Betriebsstraße 12, 4523 Neuzeug, Austria.

In the region around Neuzeug in Upper Austria, the building is very well perceived, not least because it attracts positive attention with its nature-oriented design.

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