Hanwha Q.Cells supplies Davos solar rooftop

24. January 2013 | Applications & Installations, Industry & Suppliers | By:  Max Hall

Given the number of world leaders gathering to argue over topics such as the global economic malaise and whether Britain really wants to be in the EU or not, you might imagine enough hot air would be spouted annually at the World Economic Forum in Davos to power the Swiss city without the need for renewables.

Hanwha solar modules.

Hanwha Q-Cells modules will soon be adorning the congress centre in Davos.

But Korean manufacturer Hanwha Q.Cells will be providing more than 1,300 of its 'German-engineered' modules to power a 395 MWh/year solar system at the Davos Congress Centre, which hosts the annual economic talking shop.

The installation, on the 1,000 sq m congress center roof and next door indoor swimming pool will generate 340 kWp and is expected to be operational by the end of the year.

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