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Press release: acquisition of a new StringerPress release: 18.04.2017 (185.8 KiB)
Solarnova: acquisition of a new Stringer and increase of production capacity
Press release: solarnova TWINSOLARPress Release: 08.03.2016 (168.7 KiB)
Press release: solarnova and Sonnenstromfabrik begin collaborationPress Release: 05.13.2016 (158.0 KiB)
Press release: solarnova turns 20 years oldPress Release: 02.25.2016 (159.2 KiB)
Press release: solarnova wins Intersolar AWARD 2015
Munich, June 10, 2015 – solarnova Germany GmbH has won the Intersolar Award 2015 in the category “Projects” with its contribution to the Aktiv-Stadthaus in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The prize has been awarded for the eighth time this year and is held in high esteem throughout the industry. solarnova regards the award as a special acknowledgement of the quality of its long-term core expertise in BIPVs (building-integrated photovoltaics) that are „Made in Germany“. ... Weiterlesen: Press release Intersolar AWARD 2015(160,0 KiB)
Press release: Aesthetics and (energy) efficiency are not mutually exclusiveAktiv-Stadthaus project (158.2 KiB)
Press release: When architecture touches the soulEpiphanias Church (154.3 KiB)
BackgrounderBackgrounder (172.2 KiB)
A popular baptismal verse is Psalm 36: “For with you is the fountain of life, in your light we see light”
720 square meters of gray solid colored glass-glass modules in 2 x 8 mm thickness: The ADAC combines the energy gain with a shading of the interiors. The PV system even bears up against snow loads in the North German Plain.
Südderoogsand – sea mark in the North Sea.
Far and wide no outlet: Floating PV self-supporter.
Follow the sun – moving photovoltaic installation in Oldenburg.
An energy-plus house thanks to building-integrated photovoltaic: the “Aktiv-Stadthaus” in Frankfurt am Main (Germany)