Hewllet Packard

PHOTOVOLTAIC CANOPY HEWLETT PACKARD

PHOTOVOLTAIC CANOPY

 

The photovoltaic canopy installation has been made in the new 3D Research and Development Center that has become one of the largest and most advanced in the digital printing and manufacturing industry on the planet.

 

The new center, with about 50,000 square meters, will be focused on the development of the printing portfolio, engineering and co-development and R&D of 3D products.

 

Designed with the direct collaboration of engineers and the R&D division of HP, together with clients and partners, the new installation integrates flexible, interactive, and sustainable
designs.

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FEASIBILITY STUDY OF CRYSTALLINE SILICON PHOTOVOLTAIC CANOPY IN BARCELONA

<0,01€
Energy cost

56%
Reduction in HVAC energy demands

76%
Internal Rate of Return

<2 years 
Pay,back

 

 

Data:

  • superficieTotal Area - 1,000 M2
  • electricidad generadaElectricity generated in 35 years  - 4,724,847 kWh
  • puntos de luzTotal lighting points operating 4 hours per day in 35 years - 9,271 lighting points
  • emisiones CO2 evitadasCO2 emmisions avoided  in 35 years - 3,166 Tons of CO2
  • barriles petroleo ahorradosBarrels of oil saved in 35 years - 2,780 barrels per m2

 

This center reflects HP’s commitment with the environment by incorporating a photovoltaic canopy with Onyx Solar PV glass.

 

The glass is made of crystalline silicon, measures 2,890x730 mm and 2,946x730 mm, with a cell density of 73%.

 

The total area of the installation is around 1,000 m2 with a total power capacity of 138 kWp, providing on-site electricity generation and  shelter from the sun for the people that work in the building.

 

HP’s intention is to continue working with Onyx Solar in future installations to use 100% renewable energy in its global operations over time.

 

 

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