1661 solar panels are not easy to capture in one image, but it can be done with a drone, and so they were used to fly over chrysanthemum grower Diamond Flowers in Bruchem to capture the shed with solar panels.
Or where they will be placed, because the panels are installed one by one. According to Koen Kreling, the planning is to have all panels connected and installed on the roof at the end of this week (October 4).
Special panels, installed by Pon Power, which use a broader light spectrum making the yield more stable, also in winter. The panels have a white backside for cooling.
In total, the solar panels will yield 188 kWh electricity for the grower. Koen: "We want to make steps towards a sustainable future, one of our first projects is the solar panels. By investing in a roof full of solar panels, we can generate all the electricity for our company installations and machines completely with sunlight."