Market Overview Thermosyphonic Systems

In our international market overview we present 34 thermosyphonic systems from all over the world.

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With immediate effect, Michael Sehner has been appointed Managing Director of Mounting Systems GmbH. Sehner succeeded Stefan Spork at the start of the new financial year on July 1 2016.

Wholesaler SegenSolar (Pty) Ltd supplies the South African market with PV mounting systems from German brand Renusol exclusively. Via its online portal, SegenSolar offers the entire Renusol range – solutions for mounting photovoltaic installations both on the ground and on all types of roofs. SegenSolar is part of British PV wholesaler Segen Ltd.

The German company Athos Solar GmbH continues to expand its business in Great Britain. Since the beginning of the year, the Heidelberg-based, manufacturer-independent project developer for large-scale photovoltaic systems has connected four high-capacity green-field systems to the grid, with a fifth now in the final stages of completion. The solar parks in central England and Cornwall have a combined output of 26.5 megawatt-peak (MWp). Athos Solar invested nearly 30 million pounds (ca. 40 million euros) in the development and construction of the systems, which were initially financed with equity; negotiations with potential customers are currently in progress.

At Intersolar, Fronius will be presenting solutions for intelligent and efficient energy systems. (Photo: Fronius International)

At the Intersolar trade fair in Munich, Fronius will be presenting solutions for making energy systems more intelligent and more efficient - from a local network for family homes to national grids. Visitors will be able to find Fronius on stand B3.310, where the company will be showcasing products, technologies, technical support options and services. In addition, these solutions will help grid operators to easily integrate more renewable energy into their grids.