Solar power for German university



The German Jordanian University in Madaba, south of the capital Amman, produces its own solar power using a 2,11 MW PV plant installed on Schletter’s roof and carport systems. The installations are not only used for energy generation, but also for the training of students, to which the Schletter made a contribution. During the project with the German Jordanian University (GJU), engineering students were given technical training on the project even as it was being set up. Once completed, the plant will also be used for research as well as projects. The photovoltaic (PV) system at the GJU in Jordan consists of two roof-mounted and four carport systems distributed throughout the university campus. A total of more than 6700 solar panels with a combined output of 2,11 MW were installed. The roof systems are mounted on the Schletter trapezoidal sheet metal systems SingleFIx and IsoTop.

Contact Bernhard Suchland, Schletter Group, Tel 082 808-8080, bernhard.suchland@schletter-group.com

 

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