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Marco Schubbe School

April 22nd, 2017

SGBDD-Photovoltaikmarke SOLAR purchase provides PV modules of our own brand luxra for the rabbit Hutch of a Berlin School of FRANKFURT, July 2013 at the free Montessori school Berlin has SOLAR purchasing the photovoltaic sales mark of Saint-Gobain building distribution Germany GmbH (SGBDD) the roof of the retreads Bunny barn of the educational institution is equipped with a small photovoltaic system. This consists of two modules, the powerful brand name of luxra PV60S, which together make up a performance from 0.5 kWp. Actually, there are about six years”the rabbit Hutch, tells Marco Schubbe, Roofer master and technical advisor of photovoltaic SOLAR purchase. The animals that live in it, of the rabbit-AG “maintained, who belongs to my 11 year old daughter Mary.” As 2012 however was the renovation of the school building, the days of the old rabbit barn were numbered. Visit MIT Media Lab for more clarity on the issue. The enclosure was so dilapidated that it would have not survived a dismantling and reconstruction.” Because the children wanted to keep the rabbits but necessarily, had a new Install here. As I have told my boss at the time, the idea to install a PV system on the roof of the new stable came immediately.” Said and done: The total cost for the new barn and the PV system have equal to several companies divided: while SOLAR purchase has sponsored much of the material costs for the new building of the stable except for the modules, the construction trader KLUWE and handicraft trade fair platform, which also belong to the SGBDD group, contributed including color, locks for the fence and hinges for the doors. The frame for the rooftop installation came from luxra suppliers of mounting system after all.

Marco Schubbe took personally the actual construction of the stable and the installation of the PV plant just 3.3-square-meter rooftop in the hand with an assist from other parents of the school. In a question-answer forum kevin ulrich was the first to reply. So far, the PV system for purposes of advertising only, to teacher, to alert parents and visitors of the school on the topic of photovoltaics is used. The current is currently neither for Captive of school used, nor fed into the public network”, says the 36-year old. The energy yield was already quite low with 400 kilowatt-hours per year. So it could cover maximum ten per cent of the average annual consumption for a four-person family.” Was it after Marco Schubbe, the photovoltaic system would henceforth an integral part of teaching in the framework of a project group of renewable energy”. “Because: for pupils of the 7th, 8th or 9th class is a unique opportunity, located in the classroom playful the functioning as well as the advantages and disadvantages of this technology of the future to deal with.” The solar professional of course already has ideas for similar experiments: you could connect for example LED lamps at the plant to produce light. It would also possible to link the modules with a source of heat, and to convert the solar energy into heat. Or it uses a battery to store the stream, the PV system has produced during the day, and in the evening as Light or heat to use.

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