Berlin’s largest roof photovoltaic system on a residential building in operation taken Berlin’s largest roof photovoltaic system on a residential building in operation In the basement six block heat and power plants (CHP) supply electricity and heat economy Senator Harald Wolf power credit receives electricity in excess 263,000 kilowatt hours over 263,000 kilowatt hours Berlin, July 26, 2010. Thus, an energy-saving lamp 4,000 years could shine. Berlin’s Harald Wolf Senator for Economics has today accepted a sum of this magnitude symbolically. Michael Geissler, Director of the Berlin Energy Agency, and Norbert Reinelt, President and CEO of the GeWoSud co-operative housing Berlin South EC handed over a current credit”in the large-format, symbolic to start new decentralised power generation plants in a located of the GeWoSud in Weissensee. Pistorius, silk Berger and Jacob son Street six CHP generate future year 706 mega watt hours of electricity and 2,600 Megawatt-hour heat. In addition, the largest photovoltaic plant on a Berlin residential building was installed on the roof. On an area of almost 2,000 square meters, 1,359 solar modules can supply up to 240 megawatt-hour solar power.
The amount of power produced by these plants exceeds the needs of the residential households. The surplus is fed into the General local network and thus all Berliners at the disposal. This example shows that a decentralised energy supply in Berlin under economic conditions is feasible and forward-looking. We can in Berlin, with up to 9,000 other small heat power plants by 2020, briefly: CHP, environment-friendly energy to win. In addition we can multiply the amount of solar energy”, so economics Senator Wolf. With energetic restructuring measures in the residential area of white Lake we’re well over 15 years. The new PVAnlage on the roof makes visible our long-standing commitment now to the outside.