A shining project of mobile solar power production was implemented by our partner Michael Altrichter in the gravel pit of the company HENGL. With a total of 11 units POWERCON solarcontainer, a sustainable production capacity of around 825 kWp was created. The majority of the solar power produced in this way is used directly by the HENGL for its own needs in the pit and the surplus is fed into the grid. This is how the energy transition works in the construction industry and we would like to thank all partners involved, especially in the spirit of sustainability!

In gravel works and quarries, solar power generation via solarcontainers is a future-oriented solution with enormous potential for operators but also for investors.

The advantages of the POWERCON are the quick assembly time, mobility, scalability and longevity thanks to the robust construction.

After delivery of a POWERCON solarcontainer, which contains all the required components such as the pre-assembled solar panels and inverter etc., the first step is to lay the rails and then pull out the panel construction and the system can then be connected and put into operation immediately. Each solar container requires an area of approx. 90 m long and 6 m wide. The POWERCON can also be retracted again in a very short time and moved to another location if necessary. This mobility and easy scalability characterize the concept. The latest version, the POWERCON 80 from HARTL ENERGY, also scores with a very favorable price- performance ratio, which represents an attractive ROI.

For further information visit: https://hartl-energy.com/powercon-en/