Ten panel solar array

Published:  28 April, 2017

The installation of a ten panel Solar array featuring STOKVIS ENERGY SYSTEMS solar collectors, to serve existing facilities at Birmingham International Rail Station, is being assessed as a potential pilot for a wider roll out of renewable energy across the facilities operated by Network Rail and Virgin Trains nationally. The company says the project at Birmingham International was jointly commissioned by Network Rail and Virgin Trains, with renewables specialist ECO2SOLAR carrying out the installation of the Stokvis solar equipment.

In addition to the 10 Stokvis DF100-6 Evacuated Tube Collectors - offering a net absorber area 10.69m - the manufacturer also supplied a Stokvis Solar Bloc Maxi pump-station, and a Stokvis Resol BX Plus differential temperature controller, providing up to eight sensor inputs.

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