Since its foundation in 1996, SOLARA GmbH has developed into a steady relationship among providers of off-grid solar systems. SOLARA components are used on the roofs of mobile homes and holiday homes, on sailing yachts, in parking ticket machines or other technical systems.
Our stand-alone systems also help to power remote villages and houses in emerging or developing countries. Modern storage and microsystems for the home round up the range of offers. A strong focus on the quality seal MADE IN GERMANY and a high technical and quality craftsmanship of our products are trademarks of SOLARA. Our customers particularly appreciate the durability and reliability of the SOLARA panels due to their robustness.
The SOLARA panels are sold through authorized dealers. Are you interested in a partnership? Then give us a call!
Many employees of the current team and the managing directors Frank Heise, Walther Grauerholz and Mirko Held have accompanied the company from the beginning. Together, they all develop the SOLARA panels with a product philosophy that is strictly geared towards quality and sustainability. The SOLARA team is characterized by many years of experience and passion for the product, coupled with high flexibility and logistical competence. SOLARA is a partner for everyone who wants a high-quality, off-grid power supply.
If we want to prevent further global warming with its dramatic consequences, we must completely switch our energy system to renewable sources by 2050 at the latest. Photovoltaic is one of the pillars without which this energy transition cannot succeed. Not much of this is currently noticeable in public perception. "Too expensive!" And "It is no longer worth it!" Can often (and incorrectly) be read in the press.
The following overview clears up such myths and misunderstandings about solar energy. Because solar energy is a clean and extremely economical form of energy supply, for both private and commercial users.
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From the 2nd to the 7th August 2009 the seminar "Develop Solar!" Took place in the Ugandan capital Kampala. Five leading German solar companies trained 60 Ugandan solar companies, banks, telecommunications and electrical companies for a week. The aim was to convey knowledge about technology and financing, how larger solar projects are developed. After the training, the German partners offer so-called "coaching", in which they support Ugandan companies in project development.
Frank Heise (left behind the minister) led the German company delegation, saying: "We are excited about the potential and enthusiasm of the Ugandan solar companies."
The foundation 'ear' is the "Common Body of Manufacturers" within the meaning of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG).
The basis is the EU directive for reducing the increasing amount of electronic waste from electrical and electronic devices that are no longer used - WEEE directive for short.
As the national register of the EU member states, "ear" is a member of the European "weee" (Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment) network register.
The WEEE Directive 2012/19 / EU sets minimum standards for the treatment of waste electrical and electronic equipment in the EU. It serves to avoid, reduce waste through reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery.
All packaging from SOLARA GmbH are registered under §9 (1) sentence 2 of the Packaging Act under Reg.-No. DE3679236697552 registered for the brands Solara, DCsolar, Morningstar and Victron, more can be found here: https: //lucid.verpackungsregister.org/
The Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft e.V. (BSW-Solar) represents the interests of around 1,000 solar companies. The association acts as an informant, consultant and mediator in the field of action between business, politics and consumers.
It ensures investment security in the growing solar energy sector.
All important companies in the solar industry - from raw material suppliers and production companies, via the craft to operating companies, planners and financiers - rely on the expertise and communication skills of BSW-Solar.
It is the vision of ARE that by 2030 everyone in the world and in particular all rural people in low-and medium income countries should have access to affordable, secure and clean energy and energy services.
The Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) who represents the decentralised clean energy sector with members along the whole value chain, was founded in 2006 to act as a solution provider in order to advance access to clean energy and energy services in developing and emerging countries.
The goal of the Global Solar Council is to champion the rapid and wide-scale adoption of solar energy through cooperation, education and training.
The principal members of the organisation are national and regional solar associations from both established and emerging markets, including the world's largest markets of Australia, China, Europe, India and other Asian countries, Middle East, South America and the United States.
Leading corporations across the solar supply chain also help lead the organisation through the Global Solar Council Leadership Forum.
SOLARUNITED is the only trade association focusing on Quality, Reliability, Innovation, and PV Technology.
Previously known as the International Photovoltaic Equipment Association (IPVEA), today we are SOLARUNITED, now serving the mutual market interests of PV equipment technology manufacturers, module producers, project developers, financiers, consultants, service providers, law firms and other parties focused on the growth of solar energy.
SOLARUNITED is continuing to grow and evolve to meet your changing needs, and it is through the active participation of our members that we are paving the path forward.