PATRAS SCIENTIFIC PARK
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF CRYSTALLINE SILICON SKYLIGHTS IN ATHENS
Reduction in HVAC energy demands
Internal Rate of Return
Among the many works executed in this science and technology park belonging to the Greek government, Onyx Solar® was entrusted with the supply of the 88 photovoltaic glass modules integrated both in a pergola, located in the car park, and in a skylight located in one of the buildings.
The crystalline silicon glass modules measure 1,850 mm x 1,200 mm and have a power capacity of 233 Wp. The cell density was executed in accordance with the client’s specifications, to enable the passage of daylight.
The total installed power capacity is 20 kWP, enabling the park to generate approximately 33,500 kWh per year. Sufficient power to feed 199 lights and to prevent the release of over 3 tons of CO2 .
- Electricity generated per year - 33.500 kWh
- Total lighting points operating 4 hours a day - 199 lighting points
- Avoided CO2 emissions per year - 3.290 CO2
Client: Patras University / AEIPLOUS