For the Vorarlberg Children's Village, we provided the second solar panel substructure. With a small solar power plant on the roof, 120 square meters now provide 20,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year, which is equivalent to the usage of four single-family homes.
In 2019, the first PV system was installed at Children's Village Vorarlberg. So far, the system has delivered over 20,000 kilowatt hours of solar power. Alexandra Wucher, Managing Director of the Vorarlberg Children's Village proudly reports that the system accounts for a saving of 6.5 tons of CO2, and has reduced electricity costs by 3,500 euros. "The second solar installation enables us to double our contribution to the global climate. Additionally, our children can experience how one can actively care for our environment," she reports happily.