Austria: record-breaking photovoltaics on the roof



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Austria: record-breaking photovoltaics on the roof

In Austria there is a record-breaking photovoltaics on the roof, with a power of 6.9 MW and an area of ​​over 55,000 square meters, the largest Austrian system to date. In total, the photovoltaic specialist is investing several million euros on the roofs of Amag.

Cce Group GmbH was founded in Austria in 2010 and focuses on the development, construction, financing and operation of large open space photovoltaic systems as well as private and commercial rooftop photovoltaic systems.

With its turnkey solution-oriented approach, reflecting many years of experience across the entire value chain, the company aims to make an important contribution to the global energy shift. The Cce group is headquartered in Garsten and provides offices in Germany, Italy, France, the Netherlands and Chile.

Around the world, Cce implements solar projects with a total production of more than one Gigawatt in different stages of development. About a hundred employees contribute daily to making these projects a reality. Construction of the plant will begin in the spring of 2021.

The construction period is expected to last four months. Martin Dürnberger, owner and CEO of the Cce group, and Robert Bogner, managing director of Cce Austriasaid, said: "In many ways, this project represents exactly the steps needed to make Austria CO2-neutral by 2030.

To achieve this, the energy systems of cities and industries must be constantly converted to better protect the climate. This project, which we are implementing together with our partner Amag, is a significant milestone in our journey to the world of energy.

sustainable future. I hope that many other projects will follow this example. An absolute showcase project in which we as Cce cover the entire value chain. This offers the perfect conditions for customers and is a decisive advantage of such contracts."

City of London green from 2030!

Talking about green cities and countries, Boris Johnson said: "We thought we would have an easier year, but not even the Coronavirus can stop our commitment and our battle against climate change.

With this 10-point plan, we will become the leading country to the world for wind power, we will reduce emissions in the UK to zero by 2050 and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs." Wind energy quadrupled to 40 gigawatts capacity by 2030, thus supplying it to every home on British soil, creating 60,000 jobs.

Then there is hydrogen, which will play a central role: the goal is to reach 5 gigawatts of production capacity by 2030, the date by which the government aims to power the heating of an entire British city with this technology.

Stop the sale of petrol or diesel cars from 2030, with the target of zero carbon monoxide from the mufflers within the following five years: from 2030 purchases only of electric or hybrid cars will be allowed, and therefore will be destined 1, 3 billion pounds for the installation of new charging stations throughout the country, as well as incentives to scrap the old car and take a new generation one up to 582 million.

Among other things, an important technological development is expected for the capture and storage of CO2 in the atmosphere. An estimated 250,000 new total jobs between now and 2030, especially, said Johnson, in the decadent industrial areas of central and northern England, those which happened to be decisive in the electoral triumph of last December by the premier.

In addition, a stop to the sale of petrol or diesel cars from 2030 throughout the United Kingdom. And all this project, in addition to the aforementioned zero emissions by 2050, will begin in 2021. There will also be an increase in the use of nuclear power is also expected, considered by the British government as clean energy net of waste and other problems: smaller and more efficient reactors planned, for a total of 10 thousand new jobs and a cost of about 600 million of Euro.

Johnson's government plans to remove ten million tons of carbon dioxide by 2030, especially in those cities, areas and locations that symbolize the industrial revolutions of past centuries, thanks to investments for a billion pounds and 50,000 new jobs.

The use of public transport and bicycles will be encouraged and extended even more, in the city and outside: 5 billion allocated here too. At least 30,000 hectares of trees will be planted a year.