Danfoss Solar Inverters A/S will supply its TLX series string inverters, to control the 605 kW solar energy producing rooftop facility at the Teknikerbyen building in Virum, Denmark. The module set up is controlled by forty TLX Pro 15 kW inverters.
“Establishing the largest Nordic rooftop solar build is a great example of the suitability of the TLX inverter series for either commercial or large power plant facilities,” said Søren Sørensen, Sales Engineer at Danfoss Solar Inverters.
Danfoss Solar Inverters partnering with GreenGo made the construction possible. Site developers at GreenGo determined TLX string technology with multiple power point tracking would deliver the greatest yields possible for such a complex roofing build. “A great deal of planning was put into the design and engineering process to properly adapt to the building’s architectural layout. We are very proud of the results,” said Karsten Nielsen, CEO of GreenGo.
Currently the Teknikerbyen rooftop build consists of 2.500 CS6P-240P Canadian Solar panels across 15,000 of the 20,000 m2 producing 605 kW which translates into 0.55 GW or 120 households powered per year. GreenGo plans to expand to 800 kW in the near future, in addition to executing a similar strategy on some of its other property holdings.