Did you know that...
- ... the sun shines in Austria on average 1,600 hours a year?
- ... photovoltaic systems are almost maintenance-free and have a service life of over 25 years?
- ... with a photovoltaic system costs for electricity remain constant even when energy costs increase?
- ... solar power accounts for 1.1% of all energy consumption and should be increased to 8% by 2020?
- ... there are subsidies for photovoltaic systems all over Austria?
- Fact checking, selection of the best size, number of PV modules, cable layout etc.
- On-site consultations
- Notification of construction and planning permissions
- Considering the requirements for subsidies
- Agreeing on a schedule
- Administrative procedures
- System set-up & test report preparation
- Grid connection
- Save energy!
Builders are often confronted with topics such as renewable energy and energy storage systems. Photovoltaic and solar systems play a big part in this context.
Photovoltaic systems store solar energy and generate electricity for private consumption – and you can earn money by feeding any excess energy into the grid. Which model will work best for you depends on your individual energy needs. We will work with you to develop a photovoltaic plan tailored to your needs.
As both an electricity producer and user, you decide when and how you would like to use the generated energy to save money.
As an electrical company situated in sunny Carinthia, we discovered the potential of renewable energy years ago. To take advantage of its potential, you need the right tools and a team who can work with them. Which is why we are proud to have trained the first solar technician in Upper Carinthia.
Our qualified electrical and solar technicians guarantee that your individual projects will be dealt with professionally and efficiently.
We will organise the...
first meeting, planning, official authorisations, funding applications, expert installation, KELAG connection, acceptance report.
Our days are surrounded by electricity. They start with us switching on the kettle , then the computer; we use our kitchen appliances and turn on the TV; the day ends with us switching off the light. We need electricity almost 24/7 to cope with everyday life and make us feel good.
Photovoltaic systems store solar energy. You can mount them directly on your roof and use all the advantages of independent, clean energy.
In Austria the sun shines on average 1,600 hours a year. During this time the energy generated will be stored directly by the photovoltaic system and is then ready for use. That means you are both an energy producer and user and can decide when and how you want to use the generated energy.
We are the no. 1!
Our qualified solar technicians will support you from the moment you start planning and applying for funding to the installation and issuing of the acceptance certificate required by law. Together with our solar technicians we will help you find the most suitable solution for your needs.
What are the options?
The generated solar energy can be used straight away. The remaining energy is stored in a battery and can be used as needed or fed into the grid.
Is my house ready for a solar system?
Every roof surface that’s mostly south-facing and unshaded all year round is ideal for a photovoltaic system. Even roof surfaces facing east or west can be used for solar energy generation.
The installation possibilities are manifold:
on the roof, on a glass façade (ideal for conservatories), free-standing systems.
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Electricity from water
- A hydropower plant is a power plant that transforms kinetic energy from water into mechanical or electrical energy, harnessing hydropower’s potential for our own use.
- A dam ensures that as much water as possible is stored. The remaining water flows over a hydro turbine or a waterwheel, making it spin. This rotary motion is then transferred directly or indirectly via a gear mechanism to the generator’s shaft, transforming mechanical energy into electrical energy.
We have worked on a few small hydropower plants in Upper Carinthia such as the Brandstätter and Brunner hydropower plants in Spittal along the Lieser river, the WKW Müller hydropower plant in Lind and the Hasslacher hydropower plant in Spittal. Regular maintenance checks are included in our service package.
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District heating as an alternative
Generating electricity or heat from biomass is becoming more and more important and can be achieved by burning plant-based products, wood or waste wood or by generating biogas from organic material and powering electric generators.
Biomass plants show how you can generate electricity and heat in an environmentally friendly way from local raw material. Using decentralised plants, it is possible to tap into the great energy potential of biomass and become less dependent on fossil fuels, saving tons of CO2 yearly in the process.
Together with the Hasslacher company in Sachsenburg we planned and installed a chipping plant.