Another significant implementation of SIS Systémy company is a project of photovoltaic system for the Drylock H6 warehouse hall, belonging to VGP company in Hrádek nad Nisou (the exact address is specifically at Oldřichov na Hranicích 168). This project represents one of the most significant installations within our portfolio and is an excellent example of the extensive use of solar energy in the warehouse and logistics sector.
The installed capacity of this system is an impressive 2,811.9 kWp, achieved by installing 6,180 solar panels. We used Canadian Solar CS6L-455MS HiKu6 panels for this installation, which are known for their high efficiency and long-term reliability.
We used ballasted construction to install the panels, which is ideal for large roof areas such as warehouses and logistics centres. This structure ensures stable and secure fixing of the panels without the need to perforate the roof covering.
The key element of the system is the 21 Growatt MAX 100KTL3-X LV inverters, which are responsible for the effective conversion of direct current to alternating current suitable for use in the power network. We chose these inverters for for their ability to handle high power and are known for their high efficiency and resistance to industrial environments.
This project contributes significantly to the energy self-sufficiency and efficiency of the Drylock warehouse, decreases its carbon footprint significantly, and promotes environmental sustainability. This kind of solar panel installation on industrial buildings’s roofs demonstrates how existing infrastructure can be used to achieve renewable energy and sustainability goals.