"SunCarrier" in demand at the Intersolar 2009
Bielefeld. With order intake of Euro 38.9 million, a+f GmbH, a GILDEMEISTER group company, takes positive stock of the largest trade fair worldwide for solar technology, the Intersolar in Munich, which ended on Friday.
Over 750 square metres a+f GmbH exhibited latest technological solutions in the field of solar technology. A highlight was the new, only four metre high SunCarrier 160, which has been specially designed for countries with construction height restrictions. With an area of 160 square metres it has an output up to 30kWp energy.
A further highlight was the world premiere of the SkyCarrier 1000 for use in equatorial regions. This development also convinced by its low construction height. Depending on the type of module, the SkyCarrier with seven rows can generate up to 30 kWp output. The number of module rows, each 23 metres in length, can be varied.
With the "SunCarrier" and the "SkyCarrier", GILDEMEISTER is participating in the future market of solar technology. The newly presented models are intended to play a role in opening up markets in the Middle East and also in the USA.
The Executive Board
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