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TRAINING OF PHOTOVOLTAIC INSTALLERS

Design common professional framework and


Training methodology

List of good examples of PV installations


(WP2 -D2.8)

Issued by ReSEL-TUC, Nov 2012

Contract N: IEE/09/928/SI2.558379

Contract N: IEE/09/928/SI2.558379

PVTRIN: The PVTRIN project scope is the development of a training and certification scheme for technicians,
according common accepted criteria and standards, focused on the installation and maintenance of small scale PV.
The expected results are: Accredited training courses and an operational certification scheme for PV installers in 6
participating countries; Practical training material/tools for installers and their trainers; Web portal with access to
technical information on PV installation/integration; 8 pilot training courses implemented, a pool of skilled/certified
PV installers; A roadmap for the adoption of the certification scheme across Europe.
Long term, PVTRIN will contribute to the PV/BIPV market growth in the participating countries, provide a supporting
instrument for EU MS to meet their obligations for acknowledged certifications for RES installers till 31/12/2012
and enforce the MS efforts to achieve the mandatory target of a 20% share of energy from RES in overall Community
energy consumption by 2020. The PVTRIN is co-financed by the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme.

PROJECT COORDINATOR
Associate Professor Theocharis Tsoutsos, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems Lab.
Environmental Engineering Dpt., TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CRETE (TUC)

PROJECT PARTNERS

Agency of Brasov for the Management


of Energy & Environment (ABMEE)
Building Research Establishment Limited (BRE)
Energy Institute Hrvoje Poar (EIHP)
European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA)
Scientific and Technical Chamber of Cyprus (ETEK)
Sofia Energy Centre (SEC)
Technical Chamber of Greece Western Crete (TEE)
Tecnalia Robotiker (TECNALIA)

Romania
UK
Croatia
EU
Cyprus
Bulgaria
Greece
Spain

WP2 LEADER

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems Lab.


Environmental Engineering Dpt., TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CRETE (TUC)

DELIVERABLE EDITOR

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems Lab.


Environmental Engineering Dpt., TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CRETE (TUC)
Work Team: Theocharis Tsoutsos, Stavroula Tournaki (TUC)

CO-AUTHORS

ABMEE, ETEK, EIHP, TECNALIA

LEGALNOTICE
The sole responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the
European Communities. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information
contained therein.
Reproduction is authorised provided the source is acknowledged.

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Contents
1

Introduction..............................................................................................................................................4

List of Good Examples of PV Installation in the PVTRIN countries.................................................................5

2.1 Greece..........................................................................................................................................5
2.1.1
AthensMetroMall..........................................................................................................................5
2.1.2
PapapolitisWarehouse...................................................................................................................6
2.1.3
BaliParadiseHotel..........................................................................................................................7
2.1.4
HouseinParosIsland......................................................................................................................8
2.1.5
ZOGRAFOUMunicipalityPark.........................................................................................................9
2.1.6
GreenRoofatAthensTrolleyMainStation..................................................................................10
2.1.7
StilmetS.A.....................................................................................................................................11
2.2 Cyprus.........................................................................................................................................12
2.2.1 CyprusGoodExample1......................................................................................................................12
2.2.2 CyprusGoodExample2......................................................................................................................13
2.3 Croatia........................................................................................................................................14
2.3.1 PVPlantElementarySchollavle....................................................................................................14
2.4 Spain...........................................................................................................................................15
2.4.1 ThePompeuFabralibrary..................................................................................................................15
2.4.2 FORUMIISolarPhotovoltaicPergola.................................................................................................16

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Introduction

ThisdocumentprovidesashortlistofgoodexamplesofPVinstallationsonbuildingsatthe
countrieswherethePVTRINtrainingwasimplemented.Theseexampleswerepresentedand
discussedduringthetrainingandalsowereproposedtotraineesforvisits.

ExamplesofgoodPVinstallationswerenotlocatedtoBulgariaandRomaniainareaswith
proximitytothetrainingcourseslocationduetotheimmaturityofthePVmarketatthose
countries.

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2 List of Good Examples of PV Installation in the PVTRIN countries


2.1 Greece
2.1.1 Athens Metro Mall
Basics
City/Location:Athens,Ag.Dimitrios
Latitude/Longitude:37.941363/23.739974
Typeofapplication:BIPV
1stYearofoperation:2010

Descriptionofthesolution
Designedwiththeaimofsavingresourcesandbeingenvironmentalfriendly,AthensMetroMallcombines
variouscharacteristicsthatmakeitabioclimaticbuildingwithverylowenergyconsumption.Solarpanels
cover400m2onthesouthsideofthebuildingachievingareductioninenergyconsumptionofupto5%.
Site/buildingtype:TheBIPVconsistsoftwofaadesandthesouthsideofthecommercialcenterAthensMetro
Mall.
Durationofinstallationworks:20days.

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:51kWp
AreaneededperkW:7.72m2
PVtechnologyused:Crystallinesilicon

Totalcost:142,000,(PV:2.78/Wp)
Feedintariffs,subsidies, grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
the public grid and paid 0.394/kWh by the Public
Power Corporation (PPC). The system is estimated to
produce approximately 39.9MWh/year which means
thatthetotalinvestmentwillbepaidbackin9years.

Results
Energyproduction:39,900kWp/year

CO2emissionssavings:23.94t/year

Contacts:
Ms.EiriniKomessariou(ekomessariou@schellas.gr),Mr.IoannisAggelos(service@acepower.gr)
www.schellas.gr,www.acepower.gr

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2.1.2 Papapolitis Warehouse


Basics
City/Location:Markopoulo,Attiki

Latitude/Longitude:37.862700/23.930120
Typeofapplication:ONROOF
1stYearofoperation:2012

Descriptionofthesolution
ThemainaimbytheinstallationofthePVsystematPapapolitisWarehousewastoreducetheelectricity
expences and at the same time improve the warehouse environmental characteristics as most of the
produced energy is fed back to the warehouse power station. Solar panels cover 660 m2 on the south
facingroofsofthebuilding.
Site/buildingtype:TheOnRoofsystemisinstalledattheSouthfacingsidesofthemetallicroofofthe"Papapolitis"
warehouse
Durationofinstallationworks:15days

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:100kWp
Totalcost:180,000,(PV:1.8/Wp)
AreaneededperkW:6.6m
Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
PV technology used: Polycrystaline silicon the public grid and paid 0.441/kWh by the Public
with "StayPowerful" grid interconnection Power Corporation (PPC). The system is estimated to
produce approximately 144MWh/year which means
technology
thatthetotalinvestmentwillbepaidbackin3years.

Results
Energyproduction:144MWh/year

CO2emissionssavings:86.4t/year

Contacts:
Mr.TheodorosBafaloukas(t.bafaloukas@greenway.com.gr),www.greenway.gr
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2.1.3 Bali Paradise Hotel


Basics
City/Location:Bali,Rethymno,Crete
Latitude/Longitude:35.408015,24.782321

Typeofapplication:ONROOF
1stYearofoperation:2012

Descriptionofthesolution
The main concept of Bali Paradise Hotel from the initial design was the preservation of the natural
environment including forestry, gardens and plants throughout the hotel area, and the use of
environmental friendly technologies such as electric cars and solar energy. The main aim of the
installationofthePVsystemwastofurtherimprovetheenvironmentalcharacteristicsofthehotelandto
reduceitsemissions.Thesystemwasinstalledinseveralroofsofthehotelwithlowinclinationsoasto
minimizetheopticaldisturbancefromtheSolarpanels.
Site/buildingtype:TheOnRoofsystemisinstalledonbothflatconcreteroofsandtiltedmetallicroofs
Durationofinstallationworks:18days

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:80kWp
Totalcost:203,500,(PV:2.54/Wp)
AreaneededperkW:5.2m
Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
PV technology used: Monocrystaline silicon the public grid and paid 0.441/kWh by the Public
Power Corporation (PPC). The system is estimated to
andrearpointcontactcells
produce approximately 112MWh/year which means

thatthetotalinvestmentwillbepaidbackin4years.

Results
Energyproduction:112MWh/year

CO2emissionssavings:67.2t/year

Contacts:
Mr.DimitriosChasapis(dchasapis@dclab.gr),www.dclab.gr
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2.1.4 House in Paros Island

Basics
City/Location:Krotiri,Paros
Latitude/Longitude:37.103483/25.149740
Typeofapplication:ONROOF
1stYearofoperation:2012

Descriptionofthesolution
ThePVsystemwasinstalledintheframeworkoftheprogram"PhotovoltaicSystemsonBuildings"with
main aim the increase of the use of RE production and to reduce the distribution network loading and
lossesbylocalizedenergyproduction.
Site / building type: The OnRoof system is installed on a wooden shading construction using slidein
mountingbaseinordertoimprovetheaestheticofthesystem
Durationofinstallationworks:2days

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:4.8kWp
Totalcost:12,700,(PV:2.65/Wp)
AreaneededperkW:6.87m
Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
PV technology used: Polycrystaline silicon the public grid and paid 0.55/kWh by the Public
with "StayPowerful" grid interconnection Power Corporation (PPC). The system is estimated to
produce approximately 6.19MWh/year which means
technology
thatthetotalinvestmentwillbepaidbackin4years.

Results
Energyproduction:6.19MWh/year

CO2emissionssavings:3.7t/year

Contacts:
Mr.DimitriosChasapis(dchasapis@dclab.gr),www.dclab.gr

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2.1.5 ZOGRAFOU Municipality Park

Basics
City:Athens
Latitude/Longitude:Notavailabledata
Typeofapplication:RoofMound
1stYearofoperation:2006

Descriptionofthesolution
DesignedfromPhotovoltaicforZografoumunicipalityGoudiPark.
ThedesignisfocusingtomaximizetheenergyefficiencyandintroducerenewableEnergysystemtopublic
andvisitorsofthepark.
Site/buildingtype:Thesystemconsistsofoneroofintergradedsolarsysteminthesouthsoutheastroofsideside
ofbigkioskinGoudiparkarea.
Durationofinstallationworks:7days.

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:19,95kWp
AreaneededperKw:5.42m2
PVtechnologyused:Crystallinesilicon

Totalcost:120,000(PV:6/Wp)
Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
the public grid and paid 0.46/KWh. The energy
production estimated is approximately 26,2
MWh/year.
Paybackperiod:9,9yearsnotincludingstatessubsidy.

Results
Energyproduction:26,200kWp/year

Contacts:
www.Photovoltaic.grinfo@photovoltaic.gr

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2.1.6 Green Roof at Athens Trolley Main Station

Basics
City:Athens
Latitude/Longitude:Notavailabledata
Typeofapplication:RoofMound
1stYearofoperation:2009

Descriptionofthesolution
DesignedfromPhotovoltaictogetherwithPPCRforPPCR.
ThedesignisfocusingtomaximizetheenergyefficiencyforPPCRownerofthePVsystem.
Site/buildingtype:ThesystemconsistsoftwogroundmoundlinesinthesouthroofsidesideoftheAthensTrolley
MainStation
Durationofinstallationworks:7days.

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:19,95kWp
AreaneededperKw:5.42m2
PVtechnologyused:Crystallinesilicon

Totalcost:80,500(PV:4/Wp)
Feedintariffs,subsidies, grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
the public grid and paid 0.45/KWh. The energy
proudaction estimated is approximately 29,50
MWh/year(realmeasurements).
Paybackperiod:5,9yearsnotincludingstatessubsidy.

Results
Energyproduction:29,500kWp/year

Contacts:
www.Photovoltaic.grinfo@photovoltaic.gr

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2.1.7 Stilmet S.A.


Basics
City:Athens
Latitude/Longitude:Notavailabledata
Typeofapplication:RoofIntegrated
1stYearofoperation:2001

Descriptionofthesolution
DesignedfromPhotovoltaicforStilmetS.A..
The design is focusing to maximize the energy efficiency as well to integrate frameless modules to
standardaluminumframes.
Site/buildingtype:Thesystemconsistsofoneroofintergradedsolarsysteminthesouthroofsideside
ofStilmetsparkingkiosk.
Durationofinstallationworks:10days.

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:8,5kWp
AreaneededperKw:7,6m2
PVtechnologyused:Crystallinesilicon

Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
the public grid and paid 0.46/KWh. The energy
production estimated is approximately 12,4
MWh/year.

Results
Energyproduction:12,400kWp/year

Contacts:
www.Photovoltaic.grinfo@photovoltaic.gr

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2.2

Cyprus

2.2.1 Cyprus Good Example 1


Basics
City/Location:Cyprus,Limassol
Latitude/Longitude:Notavailabledata
Type of application: On the roof of a house (Tilt
angle16o)
1stYearofoperation:2012

Descriptionofthesolution
Theaimoftheownerofthishousewastoproducegreenenergyusingphotovoltaicpanels,inorderto
save resources and to reduce the energy consumption and gas emissions of the building. Solar panels
coverthemajorityofthesouthareaoftheroofofthebuilding.
Site/buildingtype:Residentialbuilding

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:5,04kWp
AreaneededperkW:8m2
PVtechnologyused:Crystallinesilicon

Totalcost:11,000
Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
the public grid and the electric energy is paid for
0.383 per kWh. The system is estimated to produce
approximately 8820kWh/year which means that the
totalinvestmentwillbepaidbackin3,25years.

Results
Energyproduction:8820kWh/year

CO2emissionssavings:7t/year

Contacts:
Conergy(Cyprus)www.conergy.com.cy

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2.2.2 Cyprus Good Example 2


Basics
City/Location:Tseri,Nicosia
Latitude/Longitude:Notavailabledata
Typeofapplication:Ontheroofofahouse
(Tiltangle25o)

1stYearofoperation:2011

Descriptionofthesolution
Theaimoftheownerofthishousewastoproducegreenenergyusingphotovoltaicpanels,inorderto
save resources and to reduce the energy consumption and gas emissions of the building. Solar panels
coverthemajorityofthesouthareaoftheroofofthebuilding.
Site/buildingtype:Residentialbuilding

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:6,24kWp
AreaneededperkW:8m2
PVtechnologyused:Crystallinesilicon

Totalcost:17,000
Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:Thesystemfeedsinto
the public grid and the electric energy is paid for
0.383 per kWh. The system is estimated to produce
approximately 9984kWh/year which means that the
totalinvestmentwillbepaidbackin4,5years.

Results
Energyproduction:9984kWh/year

CO2emissionssavings:7,9t/year

Contacts:
Gesolar(Cyprus)eleni.s@gesolarcyprus.com

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2.3

Croatia

2.3.1 PV Plant Elementary Scholl avle

Basics
City/Location:avle,PrimorjeGorskikotarCounty
Latitude/Longitude:4521,1429

Typeofapplication:BuildingappliedPV
1stYearofoperation:estimated33000kwh

Descriptionofthesolution
As part of wider initiative for promoting use of solar energy, Regional Energy Agency Kvarner lanched
project of six PV plants on roofs of public building in PrimorjeGorski Kotar County. One of them is PV
plantElementaryschoolavle,installedontheroofofSportshallbuildinginElementaryschoolavle.
These projects are to be model solutions for PV systems within County. PV plant Elementary school
avleisbuildingappliedPVplant,withmodulesplacealongsidewithpitchedroof,andconnectedtothe
grid.
Site/buildingtype:SportshallinElementarySchool
Durationofinstallationworks:15days

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:30kW
Totalcost:cca.90,000
PV technology used: Polycrystaline silicon Feedintariffs,subsidies,grants:
modules
Feedintarrifs:3.0kn/kWh(cca40c)on12years

Results
Energyproduction:

CO2emissionssavings:around20tons/year

34032kWhinfirstyearofoperation

Contacts:
RegionalEnergyAgencyKvarner,Ciottina17b,HR51000Rijeka
http://www.reakvarner.hr,Darko.jardas@reakvarner.hr

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2.4

Spain

2.4.1 The Pompeu Fabra library


Basics
City/Location:Matar/Barcelona
Latitude/Longitude:41,5333/2,45
Typeofapplication:BIPV
1stYearofoperation:1995

Descriptionofthesolution
The Pompeu Fabra library in Matar promoted by the City Council of Matar (Barcelona )was designed
with the twin aim of producing solar and thermal energy and ensuring maximum comfort. The use of
different photovoltaicmodulesisdefinedbytheneedtoprovidetransparency,opacity,orcharacterto
thefaade.

Site / building type: The BIPV in the Pompeu Fabra Library (Matar Barcelona) consists of a curtain wall with
semitransparentpolycrystallinesiliconsolarcellsinthefaade(300m2)allowingindoorvisibility,and4skylights
(300m2)withdifferenttechnologiesopaquemonocristalineandpolycrystallinesiliconsolarcells.Thecentralpart
oftheskylightsismadebysemitransparentamorphoussiliconcells.
Durationofinstallationworks:6months

Technicaldescription

Totalinstalledpower:52.7kWp
AreaneededperkW:anaverageof7,5m2
PV technology used: Crystalline silicon
(mono,polyandamorphous)

Economicaspects
Totalcost:471.000
Feedin tariffs, subsidies, grants: The system had a subsidies of about 75%. The system estimated to produce
approximately52.7kWpfeedsintothepublicgridanditwasinitiallypaidthecostofelectricity(0.1/kWh),thanks
toaspecialagreementwiththeutilityENHER,nowinsideENDESA.In2000,withthefirstlawofFITsthepriceroseto
a 0.24/kWh. In 2004 the law was again amended and the FITs went to 0.45 /kWh. This same price, with the
update of the CPI, is now about 49 or 50 cents / kWh. The return on investment was more quick thank than
expectedduetotheunexpectedFIT(11yearsaprox.7yrs).ActuallytheyearlyupdatedFITisapprox.0.49Kwh.

Results
Energyproduction:50MWh/year

CO2emissionssavings:11.5t/year

Contacts:

TFMENERGIASOLARFOTOVOLTAICAS.A.Pol.Ind.PladEnCollCarrerdelMig,1
MontcadaiReixac08110(Barcelona)www.tfm.es LauraRocaSubirana(laura.roca@tfm.es)

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2.4.2 FORUM II Solar Photovoltaic Pergola


Basics
City/Location:ZonaForum/Barcelona
Latitude/Longitude:41.41388/2.21666
Typeofapplication:BIPV
1stYearofoperation:2008

Descriptionofthesolution
RedevelopmentoftheBesosRivermouth:useofindustrialspacetocreateanareaforculturaleventand
leisureactivities,withacommitmenttotheRenewableEnergiesthrough3PhotovoltaicPergolasinthe
ForumZoneofBarcelona:PhotovoltaicPergolaoverSailingSchool(ForumI),andtwoarcaded
photovoltaicpergolas(ForumII)overtheEDAR.

Thetwoarcadedphotovoltaicpergolas(ForumII)haveadualfunction:togenerateshadowoveralarge
areaoftheesplanade,reducingtheincidenceofdirectsolarradiationandimprovingthetemperaturein
thesummer,andtoprotectfromtheraintoperformpublicandprivateevents.Thelocationisidealfora
photovoltaicinstallationasthetopographydoesnotpresentanykindofshade,andtheseabreeze
providesventilationofthePVmodules.
Site / building type: The Photovoltaic Pergola consist of specially laminated glassglass 268W modules with
polycrystallinetechnology:aphotovoltaicfieldof600KW.Thistechnologyallowsthepassageoflightbetweencells
causingashowyeffectwhenthePVarrayisobservedbacklitfromtheesplanade.Curtainwallstructuredanchored
onprimarystructureofgalvanizedironandasecondarystructureofstuddedsteel

Durationofinstallationworks:1year

Technicaldescription

Economicaspects

Totalinstalledpower:600kW(657,404 kWp)

Totalcost:3.495.865,00
Feedin tariffs, subsidies, grants: The system of 600

AreaneededperkW:8.62m2/kW
PV technology used: specially laminated glass
glassmoduleswithpolycrystallinetechnology

KW feeds into the public grid and is paid 0.4175/kWh


The system is estimated to produce approximately
739MW/yearwhichmeansthatthetotalinvestmentwill
bepaidbackapproximatelyin11years

Results
Energyproduction:739MWh

CO2emissionssavings:364.91t/year

Contacts:

TFMENERGIASOLARFOTOVOLTAICAS.A.Pol.Ind.PladEnCollCarrerdelMig,1
MontcadaiReixac08110(Barcelona),www.tfm.es LauraRocaSubirana(laura.roca@tfm.es)

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