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Name projectCentral Station - Lehrter Bahnhof, Berlin
CountryGermany
Year2002-07-15 (Start operation date)
PV applicationInclined roof - transparent roof
PV power total189 kWp
LocationBerlin
Latitude/Longitude52°31'0"N 13°25'0"E
SummaryIn the already constructed east-west glass roof on an area of 1870 m² is this photovoltaic system integrated. The therefore biggest PV-system in Berlin has an integrated performance of 189 kW and produces 160.000 kWh electricity per year. Altogether the system consists of 780 glass-glass-modules with Saturn-cells made by BP-Solar. Each of these modules had to be manufactured fittingly precisely for the integration into the curved glass roof. With 117 inverters the generated direct current is converted into alternating current.
Keywords(PV) central stations - general

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