SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Sep. 2 (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Board of the Parliament of the Canary Islands has agreed this Friday to contract photovoltaic supply panels for the roof of the administrative building, which will allow savings in non-renewable primary energy consumption of 121,644.9 kilowatts per year, as well as savings in emissions of carbon dioxide of 31,528.5 kilos.
The president, Gustavo Matos, explains that the contract responds to the need to start with a shock plan for energy savings and management that, for air conditioning, allows reducing dependence on non-renewable energy sources.
According to the proposal, the roof allows a total of 56 panels -integrated into the building- with a nominal power of 445 Wp each, tilt of 20 degrees and facing south, collects a note from the regional Chamber.
The tender budget, according to a report from the industrial technical engineer who advises the Chamber, is around 77,437 euros.