Energy Systems and meeco complete 4 solar rooftop projects in Saudi Arabia

Asia,Clean Energy,Continents,Projects,Sustainability — The meeco Group on April 25, 2019 at 15:46

sun2roof solar rooftop projects with a total capacity of 146.6 kWp commissioned

The Saudi Arabian renewable energy company Energy Systems and The meeco Group part-nered in 2018 in order to support the country’s clean energy approach and equip private as well as commercial customers with sustainable energy solutions. Taking into account the excel-lent preconditions for renewable energy systems in the country, the declining prices for PV technologies and the growing interest of Saudi Arabia’s government to shift from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources, the exploitation of solar energy represents a promising oppor-tunity for private as well as commercial consumers. Within the scope of the founded joint venture company oursun Saudi Arabia, the first four sun2roof solar projects with a total capac-ity of 146.6 kWp have now been completed and ensure an annual clean energy generation of about 250 MWh.

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Groupe Filatex and meeco implementing sun2park solar solutions in Madagascar

Africa,Clean Energy,Common,Continents,Projects,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on March 28, 2019 at 10:40

Installation of two 45 kWp clean energy systems

Having entered the renewable energy market in Madagascar in 2018, The meeco Group is about to start the installation of the first small scale solar projects on the island. meeco’s international team is currently performing the last installation preparations for two 45 kWp sun2park solar solutions, energy custom-made for carports, to be commissioned near Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. The projects were developed in close cooperation with Groupe Filatex, a renowned Malagasy company, with its subsidiary ENELEC being one of the leading energy producers on the island.

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meeco participated in Global Sustainable Tourism Conference in Botswana

Africa,Clean Energy,Conference,Corporate News,Sustainability — The meeco Group on February 27, 2019 at 15:25

Clean energy model sun2share presented to promote green tourism in Africa

From 7th to 10th of December 2018, the Global Sustainable Tourism Conference 2018 took place in Maun, Botswana. The event brought together 150 delegates from 26 countries involved in the development and promotion of sustainable tourism. Among representatives of the public sector, the tourism industry, NGOs and development agencies, meeco with its CEO Mr. Sebastian Bovensiepen and SADC manager Botswana Mr. Robert Hanna attended the conference. The main topic addressed during the annual conference was the acceleration of sustainable tourism to meet the industries green house gases reduction targets.

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New milestone: meeco simultaneously energised two large-scale solar installations on two continents

Clean Energy,Europe,Projects,Sustainability,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on January 9, 2019 at 13:52

Swiss energy provider put pv systems with total size of 4.44 mwp into operation

Two entirely different areas, one solar provider: Bethesda on the Caribbean island Antigua and a textile company in Leutkirch located in the South of Germany as of now benefit from clean solar power. Shortly before the end of 2018, the Swiss-based clean energy provider The meeco Group successfully managed the same-day commissioning of a ground-mounted 4 MWp sun2live solar utility and a roof-mounted sun2roof solar power plant with a total size of 440 kWp. While the Caribbean commissioning team worked at moist conditions with up to 30 degrees and 70 per cent humidity, the German commissioning staff had to deal with heavy snow and icy flat roofs.

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meeco promotes energy revolution in Africa

Africa,Clean Energy,Sustainability — The meeco Group on August 3, 2018 at 13:50

 

Clean energy projects promote Sustainable Development Goals

A reliable or seemingly stable and reliable energy supply seems self-evident for four-fifths of the world’s population. However, there are still numerous countries, where unlimited access to energy remains a luxury for wealthy people. In volume terms, more than 1.4 billion people worldwide live without any electricity supply, states the International Energy Agency.

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meeco to install sun2roof solar systems on German traditional specialised yarn factory

Branding,Clean Energy,Europe,Projects — The meeco Group on July 24, 2018 at 14:34

The meeco group will install a sun2roof solar system at Gruschwitz Textilwerke.

Gruschwitz Textilwerke AG to be equipped with a 280 kWp clean energy solution

Saving electricity costs, gaining energy independence and contributing to an eco-friendly power supply in production processes is an aim more and more German companies pursue. The German 200 year old specialised yarn factory Gruschwitz Textilwerke AG has now decided to make further progress in pursuing this target together with meeco. meeco will install two roof-mounted sun2roof solar energy systems on the company’s production facilities and will connect these with meecos real-time energy monitoring system sun2see.

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Safari lodge in Kenya to benefit from clean solar energy and storage

Africa,Projects,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on July 13, 2018 at 14:07

meeco brings sun2rope and sun2safe solar energy systems to Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp

The establishment of a reliable electricity supply represents an enormous challenge for off-grid tourist destinations in Africa such as remote Safari lodges. Located in the Olderkesi Wildlife Conservancy in Masai Mara, Kenya, the Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp is currently nearly exclusively powered by energy produced from diesel gensets due to a missing connection to the electrical grid. In order to reduce the dependence on these cost-extensive and polluting energy sources, meeco will install a 50 kWp sun2rope mounted solar energy solution in combination with a sun2safe energy management system at the isolated and exclusive Safari lodge. read more

meeco enters clean energy market in Saudi Arabia with new local partnership

Asia,Clean Energy,Common,Projects,Sustainability,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on July 2, 2018 at 15:44

The sunset in Saudi Arabia.

sun2roof solar equipment shipped to Khobar City to be installed on three roofs

With up to 2,800 kWh/m2 per year Saudi Arabia has one of the highest solar radiations worldwide. Recognising the tremendous potential of solar energy in Saudi Arabia, we have entered into negotiations with Saudi Arabian entrepreneurs several years ago. Nationally subsidised power prices and the huge oil reserves in the country though have limited the incentive to invest into clean energy solutions such as photovoltaic until yet.

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Jumby Bay island to benefit from additional clean energy supply

Clean Energy,Common,Latin America,Projects — The meeco Group on June 22, 2018 at 11:46

 The sun2roof solar system on Jumby Bay.

PV Energy equips Antiguan island with autonomous sun2live micro grid

The small private island Jumby Bay, located in the north of Antigua, will soon reach almost complete autarky in terms of power supply. After the installation of eleven sun2live and sun2roof solar installations with a total capacity of 404 kWp last year, the clean energy provider PV Energy now expands this solar energy project and is about to implement a sun2safe xl managed micro grid. Upon completion of this installation, the whole area will nearly exclusively be supplied with reliable and carbon-free quality energy, which makes the island a model example for sustainability.

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Marriott Hotel Guyana to be equipped by meeco with sun2live/sun2roof solar energy & sun2safe XL storage system

Clean Energy,Latin America,Projects — The meeco Group on May 31, 2018 at 12:19

Hotel in Georgetown to shave off energy costs and to avoid 900 tons of CO2 emissions

The Marriott Hotel Guyana in Georgetown will soon benefit from an eco-friendly, sustainable and cost-efficient energy supply. We have concluded an agreement on a solar power installation with the leading five-star hotel in Guyana to reduce its dependence on expensive diesel and shave off its energy costs accordingly.

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