Next2Sun builds world’s largest vertical PV plant at Frankfurt Airport

Next2Sun builds world's largest vertical PV plant at Frankfurt Airport

PRESS RELEASE Dillingen, 07.02.2024 Construction of the world’s largest vertical large-scale PV system on airport grounds began today at Frankfurt Airport. On a total area of 30.8 ha, a 17.4 MWp plant with the Next2Sun system will be erected on green areas along the western runway. The Next2Sun Group, a pioneer in vertical photovoltaics, is […]

Next2Sun and iSun build first vertical agrivoltaics system in the USA

PRESS RELEASE Dillingen, 15.12.2023 The US solar company iSun, Inc.  (NASDAQ: ISUN) (“iSun”) and the German agrivoltaics pioneer Next2Sun Mounting Systems GmbH (“Next2Sun”) have been cooperating since the beginning of 2023 to jointly establish Next2Sun’s vertical agrivoltaics system in the USA. Construction of the first agrivoltaics plant with Next2Sun system will begin in Vermont in […]

Next2Sun strengthens international growth through collaborations with Wattkraft Industries Pvt. Ltd., Khare Energy Pvt. Ltd., National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) and Pravara Institute of Agricultural Science during delegation trip to India

PRESS RELEASE Delhi, 20.07.2023 During the delegation trip with the German Minister of Economics and Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck, Next2Sun AG has set the course for its international growth. With the signing of three Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI), Wattkraft Industries Pvt. Ltd., Khare Energy Prvt. Ltd. […]

Austria’s first large-scale vertical Agri-PV plant opened in Gabersdorf

Kuerbisfeld mit aufgestaenderter bifacialer Agri-PV

PRESS RELEASE (Gabersdorf (Styria), 30.06.2023) Austria’s first large-scale vertical bifacial agrivoltaic plant with a nominal output of almost 2 megawatts of module power was inaugurated in Gabersdorf, Styria, by Vice-Chancellor Werner Kogler: “We must not let the current crises scare us. On the contrary, they show us how important it is to make rapid progress […]

Next2Sun and TEP Renewables push Agri-PV expansion in the UK

PRESS RELEASE (Dillingen) The international renewable energies developer TEP Renewables Ltd and Next2Sun Mounting Systems GmbH (Next2Sun in short) from Dillingen an der Saar are cooperating with immediate effect in the expansion of agri-photovoltaics in Great Britain.   TEP Renewables is a company born in the third millennium and projected into the future thanks to […]

Next2Sun and Wattkraft cooperate in India and South Africa

Dillingen (Saar): The  New Delhi, India based Wattkraft Industries Private Limited and Next2Sun Mounting Systems GmbH (abr: Next2Sun Mounting Systems) located at Dillingen/Saar, Germany,  have concluded a cooperation agreement to jointly advance photovoltaic projects in India and South Africa. The Wattkraft Group is one of the leading distributors of photovoltaic components, but is also active […]

Foundation of Next2Sun AG and integration of Elektrotechnik Leitinger GmbH

The Next2Sun Group continues to grow: foundation of Next2Sun AG and integration of Elektrotechnik Leitinger GmbH The Next2Sun Group continues to grow. Both nationally and internationally, there were many positive developments in the agrivoltaics segment (AgriPV), the Next2Sun Group’s main area of activity, in 2021. In Germany, under the leadership of the Fraunhofer Institute (ISE), […]

Total and Next2Sun Join Forces to Boost Agrivoltaism in France

Total Quadran, has concluded an agreement with Next2Sun in order to deploy its innovative bifacial photovoltaic technology in the French market (Alsace excluded). Thanks to vertically positioned bifacial panels mounting solution, Next2Sun’s technology allows to delivers maximum energy both at dawn and dusk – periods of high consumption where south-oriented conventional photovoltaic is not the […]

Self-consumption plants with the Next2Sun plant concept

… empower agricultural farms in Ireland by solar power Two agro-photovoltaic open space plants with the Next2Sun concept have been constructed and put into operation in Waterford, Ireland. The PV-plants have an energy output of 25 and 27 kW peak and each are expected to produce 30 MWh per annum, covering the electrical power needs […]

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