PHOTOVOLTAIC MOBILIAR - SOLAR UMBRELLA
photovoltaic MOBILIAR - SOLAR UMBRELLA
Onyx Solar has provided Photovoltaic Glass to create a photovoltaic solar umbrella at Coco Palms Condo located in Pasir Ris Grove, Singapore.
- Total Area - 11,8 M2
- Electricity generated in 35 years - 26,900 KWh
- Total lighting points operating 4 hours per day in 35 years - 53 lighting points
- CO2 emmisions avoided in 35 years - 13 Tons of CO2
- Barrels of oil saved in 35 years - 16 barrels per m2
Example of a feasibility study of amorphous silicon photovoltaic canopy in Singapore:
- Payback time < 5.2 years
- Internal rate of return (IRR) 20.2 %
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The installation is composed of 13 dark Amorphous Silicon Photovoltaic Glass modules, perfectly integrated into the upper part of the palm tree-shaped structures. It generates free and clean electricity to power the solar umbrella LED bollard outdoor lighting.
· 6 PV glass units, measuring 1,245x1,242 mm and a glass configuration of 4+3+4 mm, for the widest top palm tree sculptures.
· 7 PV glass units, measuring 600x600 mm and a glass configuration of 3+4 mm, for the narrowest top palm tree sculptures.
Those solar umbrellas belong to the Sun Play Garden, a common area at Coco Palms Condo. Coco Palms Condo is an exclusive residential development on Pasir Ris Grove that consists of a central landscape and 4 distinctive garden spaces defined by the 12 residential blocks. The apartment blocks are a vision of modernity, where symmetry, precision and pure geometry are the order of the day. The emphasis is on clean, sleek and modern architectural forms balanced with wide-open spaces and natural landscaping.
Client: Hong Realty
Architect: Axis Architects Planners
Landscape Architect: Tinderbox Landscape Studio
Onyx Solar’s Local Distributor: iGLASS ASIA PACIFIC
Civil & Structural Engineer: Parsons Brinckerhoff
Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Meinhardt (Singapore)