Covering a surface of 360 square meters, the glass-glass solar modules have an installed power output of almost 30 kWp, says Scheuten, whilst the support structure consists of a spider system designed by SECM.
As such, the modules are integrated in the roof of the tower, which has been renamed Sequana, as well as covering the terraces above the office spaces.
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