New reference project Antarctica
The Belgian polarbase Princess Elisabethin Antarctica was the first (and still is the only) station that is powered completely by renewable energy. This non-profit foundation set itself the aim of establishing the first completely carbon-neutral polar base. This is because pure diesel operation is harmful to the environment and very expensive due to the long transport distances for fuel.
To regulate the energy excess from sun and wind, the station engineers implemented the several AC•THOR units which can linearly use all electricity surplus to heat up large buffer tanks and spaces. The stored hot water is used to melt snow, which is necessary as vital drinking water for the station crew and scientists. The same principle is used to melt snow for showers and kitchen use. >>
Warehouse Expansion to Optimize Production Process
As of February 2024, we are expanding our warehouse space at the new production site.Read more...
my-PV at Key Energy 2024 in Italy
This year, we are making our debut at the KEY ENERGY 2024 in Italy, the international trade fair for sustainable energy.Read more...
Photovoltaic Heat vs. Solar Thermal – Cost and Area Comparison
A comparison dating back to 2015 illustrates the evolution of both technologies and the respective cost and area advantages.Read more...