The LMS Group of Companies, the General contractor, continues to build a new airport terminal complex for domestic air lines of the Peter I Voronezh International Airport at a high pace.
320 monocrystalline electrical modules will convert sunlight into electricity during daylight hours. The system is designed to reduce the energy consumption from the central power grid, as well as increase its total capacity.
Before installing the panels, the general contractor's specialists assessed the orientation of the roof in relation to the sun and chose the optimal location for obtaining solar energy.
According to information from the project manager Barysh Sarikaya, the process of installing solar panels includes fixing the support structure on the roof, installing solar panels on this structure, carrying out electrical work and connecting the panels to an inverter that converts the collected solar energy into an electric current suitable for use in the building.
It should be noted that these Hevel solar panels with a capacity of 320 watts are of domestic production. There are no problems with import substitution. The plant for their production is located in the Kaliningrad region and was also built by specialists of the general contractor – the LMS Group of Companies.