The system, which covers an area of 8,300 square meters and has 3,148 units installed, has a maximum capacity of 1,353 kW. In the future, Varina will produce more than 1.3 million kilowatt-hours of solar energy annually, covering about 50 percent of its own needs. By switching to internal electricity production, relief is provided to the public electricity grid and the company saves approximately 800 tons of carbon dioxide per year. Construction of the facility began in the spring. State Governor Thomas Stelzer, SPAR Board Member and Chairman of the SES Supervisory Board Markus Wild, Center Director Thomas Kreutzel and Vocklabreeck Mayor Peter Schopsberger (from left) turned the switch on the new photovoltaic system on the Farina roof yesterday and officially put it into operation in the gallery.
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