Renewable energy represents the future of any business and community. Sunlight and wind force are a sustainable, non-exhaustible source of energy that helps companies prevent tons of dangerous carbon dioxide emissions every year. The switch to renewable energy is not only the next logical step for any business looking for a sustainable growth but doesn’t have to cost a fortune, either: as experts in renewable energy, IPI AG offers an array of alternative solutions through state-of-the-art photovoltaic systems, thermal solar systems and wind energy systems.
Photovoltaic systems harness the sunlight, absorbed by solar panels, which can then be converted into electricity or heat. IPI AG’s photovoltaic systems typically include an array of photovoltaic modules, an inverter, a battery pack for storage, interconnection wiring, and (optionally) a solar tracking mechanism.
Depending on your business’ needs, objectives and unique circumstances, we are able to offer an array of photovoltaic solutions of various sizes, locations and invested volumes. We leverage years of experience and have successfully completed a number of global projects – from smaller 10kWp rooftop systems through larger photovoltaic free-standing plants with power up to 45MW. IPI AG’s solar panel plants are currently supplying energy to numerous locations and businesses across Europe, including our innovation park in Relzow.
Wind Energy Systems
Currently, wind energy is mostly harnessed with the help of horizontal wind turbines. They produce greener energy but at the same time, the design of their blades puts hundreds of species of birds at a risk of endangerment or even extinction. Flying at high speeds, birds can sometimes collide with the horizontal axis of the wind turbines and the impact often results in serious harm and death.
We at IPI AG are committed to working with our clients and partners towards a renewable, cleaner future and this includes protecting the lives and habitats of other species. This is why we have dedicated our time, efforts and resources to designing wind energy turbines that not only produce cheaper renewable energy but also don’t put the lives of the avian species at risk.
Our years of research have culminated in the development of state-of-the-art vertical wind turbines which match the horizontal turbines in terms of performance and energy capacity without posing a risk to the birds.