Photovoltaics in the field of tension: this topic has preoccupied the industry since the construction of the first large-scale PV power plants on greenfield sites.
In times when project and generation scales are reaching new dimensions, it is more important than ever. How can open-space plants be implemented in harmony with nature and landscape regulations? How can biodiversity be preserved and promoted with the expansion of PV plants And what criteria come into play in environmental assessments that contribute to site selection?
Lina Dubina, Policy Advisor for Sustainability at SolarPower Europe, tells us.
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As a solution provider for self-supply with self-generated solar power and manufacturer of electricity storage systems, SENEC, a wholly owned subsidiary of EnBW since 2018, offers its customers flexibility in the use of solar power from their own PV system. With its energy solutions, SENEC offers its customers independence from constantly rising prices on the electricity market.
Together with its specialist partners, the company enables people to have an independent and sustainable energy supply with self-generated solar power. Since the first of October, Aurélie Alemany has been managing director of SENEC. Aurélie Alemany has been working for the EnBW Group since 2011, before that she worked in the chemical industry.