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#TSO achieves #Homologation of its flexible solar panels in #Dubai




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TSO, The South Oracle, arrived at the end of 2018 with good news: the homologation by DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority) of its ultralight flexible solar panels. Therefore, it has become the first company offering a flexible panel within the Emirate of Dubai, where an ambitious project has been developed since last October.  

Etihad ESCO, the public company created by DEWA to promote energy efficiency in this Emirates region, has deposited its trust on TSO’s expertise for the design of the solar photovoltaic power plant which will feed solar power to the Museum of the Future. This power plant will be integrated on the marquees of the Emirates Towers’ parking lot.

The Museum of the Future, currently under construction, will be unique in the world due to its design and innovation, which will set a turning point in the history of architecture, and which, thanks to TSO, will be provided with an instantaneous self-consumption solar power plant.

DEWA has already issued the necessary permits to begin, within the next days, the installation works of this innovative solar power plant integrated in the Emirates Towers’ parking lot marquees, area where the Museum of the Future is located. With no visual impact, the solar plant will generate 282 MWh yearly and avoid some 170 Tn of CO2 emissions per year, equivalent to about 9,400 trees.


About TSO

The South Oracle, TSO, was born out of the demand for new ways of installation and commercialization of solar energy in the solar photovoltaic market. This market is growing exponentially (more than $170 billion in 2017) and is based fundamentally on rooftop or big ground-mounted installations. This fact has caused a progressive price decrease, and therefore a decrease of benefits for the main players, leading to the sector’s concentration.


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