- largest building-integrated power plant in the world
- Replacement of the old roofs with the SUNSTYLE
- 9 MW power – 9,400,000 kWh/year – 70,000m2 of SUNSTYLE
- project design and development, supply of SUNSTYLE
The sloping roofs of Saint-Charles International, a plot with some 65 different owners and with a surface area of approximately 70,000m2.
The roofs of Saint-Charles International (satellite image)
The old corrugated roofs 97’000 (fibrous-cement, containing asbestos) were removed deployed and replaced with the SUNSTYLE tile roofing system
Replacement of the roofs with the SUNSTYLE system
The roofs have been equipped with photovoltaic tiles, translucent and transparent skylight tiles for natural illumination of the halls beneath
Development and design of the largest building integrated photovoltaic power plant.
Saint-Charles International 70’000 m2 of old roofs replaced with the SUNSTYLE incorporating 97’000 tiles with a total power of 9MW, producing a min of 9’400’000 kWh/year.
Prix Swiss solar price 2008 for the SUNSTYLE system
Gold Medal for the SUNSTYLE system in the competition for Building Innovation competition won by Saint Gobain Solar
Development in progress of plants for PESC (Saint-Charles Economic Cluster)
(11.2 MW power – 90,000m2 of SUNSTYLE)
|The PESC (Saint-Charles Economic Cluster) photovoltaic plant|
Design of the extension project
|Banque Populaire du Sud (Banque Populaire du Sud has supported Solaire France since 2007) see BPS panel|
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