- KEMPER to exhibit at trade shows in Great Britain and Greece
- The company offers an extensive solar tracker portfolio
- Across the board project support, from planning to commissioning
Press Release: Vreden, - KEMPER GmbH is expanding the scope of its solar-power activities, and to this end is training its sights on foreign markets. Headquartered in Vreden, Germany, the company specialises in PV installations, and will be making its first appearance in a stand of its own at the international renewable energy trade shows Ecobuild in London and Ecotec in Athens, where KEMPER will be presenting its extensive portfolio of solar trackers, including the KemTRACK 60, 70 and 80. These solar trackers determine the exact position of the sun based on the site coordinates, the date, and the time, thus allowing for energy yield which, depending on the site, is more than 40 percent higher than the yield obtained with fixed solar plants.
“Scaling back of solar power subsidies in many countries is making efficient use of solar modules increasingly important. Hence, we feel that our particularly high-yield solar trackers have an excellent chance to achieve robust sales at the international level,” said KEMPER GmbH chief executive Björn Kemper. KEMPER’s main target markets for its solar trackers are Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Israel, and Canada. “The London and Athens fairs are ideal platforms for us to nurture existing contacts in these countries, and make contact with new prospects,” said KEMPER solar division head, Alexander Lenfers. Ecobuild, which will be held from 1 to 3 March in London, is the largest international trade show for environmentally sustainable construction. KEMPER’s stand will be located in the German pavilion (stand S1847). The company will also be presenting its solar tracking solutions from 7 to 10 April at Ecotec in Athens (hall 5, stand 13), where the focus will be on the KemTRACK 60, 70 and 80 solar trackers, whose module surfaces are 60, 70 and 80 square metres respectively, and which can be operated under all weather conditions. Reciprocal
shading at shallow tilt angles is avoided via the backtracking system. The device controllers can be networked with each other, hooked up to wind sensors, and monitored remotely.
At these shows, KEMPER will be providing technical data concerning its solar trackers, as well as information concerning site selection options. “We feel that good site selection options are available to municipalities and companies, in particular at sites such as sewage treatment plants, parking lots, and factory premises that can also be used as PV installation sites. Here too, we offer across-the-board project support from planning to commissioning, just as we do for classic PV installation sites,” Mr. Lenfers noted.
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