Building in total self-consumption with hybrid solar panels – Marseille (FR)
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).
|Application||Domestic hot water|
|Number of solar panels||40 DualSun hybrid panels|
|Power output||10kWp + 14,9kWth|
|Roof 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|