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At WIRCON, engineering know-how meets service. We work as a team with many years of experience and the entrepreneurial mindset of a medium-sized company. We bring together a diverse service range; from consultancy, analysis and approval, to planning, installation, operational management and service. We have already been able to produce around one gigawatt on our company journey thus far.

Diesen

France

Diesen


France

Construction area

20 ha

Construction time

5 months

Performance

17 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 8.500 t/p.a.

Kell am See

Germany

Kell am See


Germany

Construction area

14,5 ha

Construction time

4 months

Performance

15 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 7.500 t/p.a.

Terril Wendel

France

Terril Wendel


France

Construction area

23,7 ha

Construction time

9 months

Performance

17 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 8.500 t/p.a.

Raststatt

Germany

Rastatt


Germany

Construction area

1,6 ha

Construction time

1 Month

Performance

2,47 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 1.240 t/p.a.

Delfzijl

Netherlands

Delfzijl


Netherlands

Construction area

30 ha

Construction time

6 months

Performance

30,8 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 15.400 t/p.a.

Lerchenborg

Denmark

Lerchenborg


Denmark

Construction area

80 ha

Construction time

9 months

Performance

61 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 30.500 t/p.a.

Upper Wick

England

Upper Wick


England

Construction area

10,5 ha

Construction time

3 months

Performance

5 MWp

CO2 savings

at least 2.500 t/p.a.

Diesen

France

Kell am See

Germany

Terril Wendel

France

Raststatt

Germany

Delfzijl

Netherlands

Lerchenborg

Denmark

Upper Wick

England

In calculating CO2 savings, WIRCON GmbH attaches great importance to traceability and transparency. Calculations are based on a CO2 avoidance of 500g per kWh. In general, CO2 savings can be lower or higher, depending on the composition of the electricity. In general, CO2 savings can be lower or higher, depending on the composition of the electricity.

Solar and wind energy are low in CO2, whereas lignite and hard coal in particular are high in CO2 emissions. Gas has yet another CO2 balance. Germany and other European countries provide an electricity mix made up of different energy sources with different weightings. By supplying renewable energies such as wind and solar power, the CO2 load decreases for every kilowatt hour consumed.

Based on the guide „Aktuelle Fakten zur Photovoltaik in Deutschland“ an avoidance of approx. 690 g CO2/kWh is estimated for photovoltaic electricity (page 50). A low value of 500g CO2 per kWh was deliberately used for the calculation. The CO2 savings are therefore likely higher.

How does WIRCON GmbH calculate the CO2 saving of a solar park?

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