The solar panels on our house in Baden-Baden
The Sun Doesn’t send us a bill!
Scince 1993 we have been making double use of the sun:
An 8.8 Kw photovoltaic plant supplies between 6,000 and 7,000 kilowatts of solar electricity annually. For this, our local electricity provider pays us between €3000 and €3500 annually. This means that a solar plant pays for itself in the long term.
Our photovoltaic panels saves the atmosphere from the negative effects of some four tonnes of CO2 per year.. On a prefabricated house, erected in 1972, we now produce about twice as much electricity as an average German family uses. We even have enough solar electricity to power a solar car when all household appliances are replaced by low-energy appliances. For seven to eight months of the year our water is heated by solar panels.
All in all, our solar panels, are saving the environment from the effects of a full six tonnes of CO2 greenhouse gasses annually.
Our solar panels were installed by Georg Salvamoser, Solar Equipment Producer in Freiburg and by the SAG in Freiburg
The conservatory in the Alt house
Our glasshouse inBaden-Baden was designed and erected by :
- LOGID / AGSN | Professor Dieter Schempp
- MADER – Stahl- und Leichtbau