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Solar power

  • Hérault, France: AKUO ENERGY engages SPIE to build an 11.9 MWp photovoltaic solar power station | SPIE

    AKUO ENERGY engages SPIE to build an 11 9 MWp photovoltaic solar power station. Toulouse, December 15th 2017 --AKUO ENERGY has just awarded SPIE Sud Ouest the contract to build an 11 9 megawatt peak (MWp) photovoltaic solar power station at Bousquet d' Orb in France's Hérault département. This is a major new development for SPIE Sud Ouest in the photovoltaic sector, and comes just after its previous project", the La Découverte "solar power station near Rodez, which was inaugurated in November
  • 44 photovoltaic power units on utility buildings in east Corsica | SPIE

    This solar power facility will be equipped with a monitoring system for its remote management and to measure its performance and energy availability factor. The plant will eventually generate 6 072 MWh a year, enough power for 1 340 homes
  • SPIE Ile-de-France Nord-Ouest breaks into the photovoltaic markets | SPIE

    The Picardie office has been chosen by Simanjo Solaire to construct a photovoltaic solar power plant at Coulonvillers, in La Somme. SPIE Ile de France Nord Ouest breaks into the photovoltaic markets
  • SPIE develops the largest solar plant in Hungary | SPIE

    During the trial operation the solar power plant provided electricity to the opencast mine of the energy provider Mátrai in Bükkábrány, about 150 kilometres east of Budapest, resulting in considerable cost savings... The photovoltaic power plant, in which about 16 million euros have been invested and which has been installed on behalf of the Hungarian energy provider Mátrai Er m Zrt, consists of 64 000 polycrystalline solar modules with a nominal output of 355 watts each
  • SPIE acquires MADAULE Group | SPIE

    An entity specialised in connecting photovoltaic solar power stations. This acquisition will thus allow SPIE to considerably increase its markets in the French Aude and south of the Hérault regions (port sector, petrochemicals, water, large infrastructures concerning the high-speed train line (TGV) from Montpellier to Perpignan, etc.)
  • "Sustainable mobility": See You Sun and SPIE innovate with a solution combining solar energy and electric mobility | SPIE

    The system now offered through an unprecedented partnership between SPIE CityNetworks and the start-up, See You Sun, combines solar power with electric charging stations. The principle behind it is to use parking areas to install canopies (parking structures that provide shade) fitted with solar panels and able to cover 10 to 40 parking spaces
  • Heat waves: tips on how to survive in the office | SPIE

    The biggest development that we have seen in modern office buildings over the past few years is the increasingly frequent use of completely natural techniques with lower energy costs, such as geothermal energy, Canadian wells, solar power... When combined with high-performance insulation, these solutions are nowadays even making it possible to design energy-plus buildings
  • Low-carbon energy production | SPIE

    Near Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), the SPIE Oil & Gas Services subsidiary also contributes to Shams 1, the largest high-concentration solar power plant in the world with a capacity of 100 MW. 258 000 parabolic mirrors across 2 5 km 2, capable of supplying 20 000 homes and reducing CO 2 emissions by 175 000 tonnes per year