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of the SolOcean Floater
Modular, flexible high buoyancy floating body
for maximum area performance and productivity by optimized net glass surface
8-fold internationally patented complete system
Flexible system design for all FPV application areas
Glass-glass PV modules with 2-fold butyl edge sealing
World unique glass-glass module technology
Ensures maximum efficiency and guarantees unprecedented durability
Mobile and transportable as a complete system on water surfaces
Photocatalytic hydrophobic glass coating
Most advanced FPV technology on the world market
Enables high yields with relatively low investment costs
Robust design - without limitation
Driven by the goal of safeguarding the climate for future generations, the SolOcean team developed an innovative floating photovoltaic system that, for the first time, meets the tough requirements for virtually unrestricted use on any water surface in the world.
With a network of 60 trading partners worldwide, TELE provides SolOcean with the key to a global success story right from the start.
The high-tech Blow Molding process from SolOean partner Rehau enables the production of the SolarFloater floaters.
SolOcean is growing! Jay Joubert joins the team around Gerold Guger as project manager with immediate effect. He will not only take care of the development of the final design of the floater, but is also responsible for the allocation of certificates or insurances and the management of the trial sites for the floater
SolOcean has successfully launched its swimming photovoltaic system “floater” into the water for the first time.
The business idea SolOcean was selected by a jury of experts into the TOP-IO and has successfully participated in the fifth round of "greenstart - Die Start-Up-lnitiative" of the Climate and Energy Fund in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Energy, Mobility,...
SUN CAN SEA. Two Upper Austrians have developed a floating photovoltaic system. Because it is resistant to salt water and bad weather, it could soon supply island states around the globe with electricity. And, among other things, feed energy-intensive plants that convert salt water into drinking...