Building in total self-consumption with hybrid solar panels - Marseille 13014

  • 2017
  • Marseille, France
  • Power output : 10kWp + 14,9kWth
  • Panels : 40 hybrids

In October 2017, the Association for Regional Integration of Marseille, opened the doors of a newly-constructed building “Les Hauts de la Bessonnière”, an assisted living space for disabled adults.

Equipped with 40 DualSun hybrid solar panels of which 100% of the energy is self-consumed in the building, the housing is located in a future eco-neighborhood “Les Hauts de Sainte-Marthe”, in the heart of beautiful land.  The building was designed to be a showcase in terms of energy efficiency, respecting the environmental charter of the region. The installation is monitored by ADEME (the French Environment and Energy Management Agency).

Technical information

Characteristics 42 rooms
Number of panels 40 DualSun hybrid panels
Power output 10kWp + 14,9kWth
Rooftop installation Flat-roof installation with a triangle system, south-facing, 20° angle
Thermal system 2x1500L solar tank storage
Photovoltaic system Enphase micro-inverters, self-consumption of all electricity generated