Project Focus: Suntech completes 3.12MW BIPV installation, Shanghai

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Suntech has completed two BIPV solar systems on the China Pavilion and the Theme Pavilion of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. These systems are also connected to the grid and have a combined power output of 3.12MW.

The Shenergy Group, Shanghai, engaged Suntech’s system integration team to design, manufacture, and install the two solar systems. The Theme Pavilion involves a 2.8MW integrated solar system comprised of 96 custom-designed triangular sections and covers an area of 31,104m2. The two systems are expected to generate 2.8 million kWh of electricity annually.

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“The use of solar energy systems to power the China and Theme pavilions clearly reflects the spirit of this year’s Shanghai World Expo, and its theme, Better City Better Life,” said Dr. Zhengrong Shi, chairman and CEO of Suntech. “With the combination of advanced solar technologies and architecture, we can seamlessly integrate solar systems into a building’s structure. These promising capabilities will help to reduce the urban carbon footprint and facilitate sustainable development.”

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