Solutions HINODDÉ :
Solar shading panel

SUN UP ABOVE,
SHADE BELOW

In order to meet the growing electrical consumption needs of industrial and commercial clients, whether connected or not to the public grid, while also reducing their energy bills (lowering the levelized cost of electricity, LCOE), solar canopies or photovoltaic shading panels of all sizes can be installed in public or private parking areas to protect vehicles (or other equipment) from the sun, dust, sand, or severe storms.

Photovoltaic shading panels are an ideal surface for solar panels, fixed onto a galvanized metal frame with steel rails – a complete roofing replacement.

Among HINODDÉ partner innovations : an original system for quick and simple module assembly, laid on rails and fitted with anti-theft clips.

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EASY TO INSTALL SHADING PANEL

HINODDE recommends a system comprised of a standard two-post frame accommodating a 5 m x 5 m panel with a 5° slope, 1.8 m above the ground at its lowest point.

The frame assembly, mounting the panes, cross bracing, rails, low angle stops and support strip and post installation are all explained/illustrated in an assembly manual.

General information for the concrete block foundations (concrete density, dimensions, fittings, footplate fixing) is supplied to facilitate the work of the local contractor.

The 15-panel photovoltaic roof surface has a nominal power of 3900Wp or more (potential to install 300Wp modules), making it possible to produce more than 20kWh per day – depending on location and season. Power output needs will determine the choice of inverter.

This standard two-vehicle shading panel can be deployed over 50m2, 75m2, etc. The larger the surface being covered, the more the offer will be competitive and attractive.

EXTENDED PRODUCT RANGE FOR RAPID RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Our French manufacturing partner, the European leader in supporting structures, offers other types of shading panels (single post, dual slope…), to answer specific challenges as effectively as possible: land configuration, area to be covered, size (length or height), geographic location…

When local regulations allow it, the sale of surplus electricity from the PV modules by the shade panel owner to direct customers or the public grid can be an effective way to boost return on investment – this will require the installation of a metering system.