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The Sun – Once glowing and revered, now efficiently utilised

Helios, Ra or Aton – to this day, the sun has a special meaning for us humans. Once highly revered, it is now used to supply us with clean energy on a daily basis.

The hot dip galvanizing works of the ZINPOWER® Group are an established partner of the solar/photovoltaic industry. Each year, we protect many thousands of tons of steel posts, angle brackets and longitudinal profiles.
Our customers appreciate the customised logistics concepts. We ensure that the components are galvanised in one of our factories that is close to the building site, wherever possible. This reduces transport costs and protects the environment. The processing of galvanising orders takes place from a single source – from collection from the manufacturer to prompt delivery to the building site – in the best quality from every factory, worldwide.

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Villacidro, Sardinia
More than 3,200 Sardinian households are supplied by two photovoltaic plants with a total output of 6 MWp. In a record construction time of only 4 weeks, around 330 tons of galvanised base frames were rammed into the ground, assembled and fitted with modules.

Britz, Germany

According to the motto, “clean electricity on clean land”, a 8.2 MWp photovoltaic plant was installed in Britz, Brandenburg. On the premises of a former abattoir, the plant now generates electricity for around 2,900 households, according to the operator. For the assembly of the approx. 350 tons of galvanised base frames, our customer’s team only required around 35 working days.

Kazanlak, Bulgaria
The approx. 110 hectare photovoltaic park is situated in the "Valley of Roses" near the city of Kazanlak. With output of 25 MWp, it is one of the largest open-space PV plants in Bulgaria. In total, around 1,670 tons of galvanised base frames were installed here.

Delitzsch, Germany
In Saxony, the 6 hectare property of a former beef production plant was used for a 3.2 MWp open-space plant.

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