Ecoplant Europe B.V.




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Solar cells
  • Stand-alone systems, off-grid systems
  • Inverters
  • Tracking systems
  • Free-standing PV installations

Contact Information

+31 2654277079
Ecoplant Europe B.V.
Marconistraat 8
8013 PK Zwolle, Netherlands
Individual company presentation

The future is ours!

The Ecoplant is highly efficient power generator that efficiently charges energy through monocrystalline solar panels. The Ecoplant automatically rotates in line with the sun 24/7, this will ensure that the solar panels use the available solar power most effectually. The Ecoplant is a freestanding, suntracing device and can be placed anywhere near your house, in the garden, business park, or anywhere you want. Ecoplant is moveable and is available in both On- and Off-grid energy solutions. The Ecoplant is taking advantage of great new patents such as Nano Coating, 4G communication, and the latest suntracing technology. In addition, the Ecoplant is a true eyecatcher and can be provided with your own company logo or corporate identity.

Our beautiful products

Ecoplant has four different models. These models comes in two variants, a hexagonal and a round one, and range from two large and two smaller types.

The HEX3000 is one of our most powerful Ecoplant. The HEX3000 can generate 4000 kWH, enough to supply a four-person household with electricity and is also suitable for charging your electric vehicles. The big advantage of the hexagon shape is that the device offers access to the interior space form all six sides. This shape can store 20 kWh of strong batteries in the collumn as a reverse and is modularly expendable.

The hexagon shape is also in a smaller model available, the HEX600. The HEX600 generate approximately 1800 kWh per year.

Our PHLX500 is a powerful Ecoplant, which can provide 4000 kWh of energy per year. The round shape has been designed keeping optimum natural cooling in mind and is optimal for more tropical environments.

There is a smaller, round-shaped model called IX1200. The IX1200 generate 1800 kWh and can feed power towards more than 20 bicycles a day.

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Further Content

Wes Stein, Chief Research Scientist for Solar Technologies at CSIRO

CSP – How Concentrated Solar Power Works

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Market Trends

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