Cubic Modulsystemer

Solar-Powered Energy lab

Czech CUBIC partner Spálovský has been part of a first-of-its-kind solar-powered energy lab in Skagerak Arena in Skien, Norway. All low voltage switchboards are designed by Spálovský from the CUBIC Modular System.

The project includes local production and storage of energy at the stadium connected to local networks and consumption. The rooftop of the arena is covered with 5,700 square meters of solar cells to produce electricity as part of a new energy lab. The project is not large in financial volume, but contains a number of new design details and technical approaches to customer requirements.

The photovoltaic system powers floodlights at all home soccer games, and provides the neighbourhood with locally produced power. The yearly power consumption of the stadium is 375,000 kWh, and the new installation provides enough energy also to meet the needs of 15 local homes.

Technical Facts

Solar-Powered Energy lab

Czech CUBIC partner Spálovský has been part of a first-of-its-kind solar-powered energy lab in Skagerak Arena in Skien, Norway. All low voltage switchboards are designed by Spálovský from the CUBIC Modular System.

The project includes local production and storage of energy at the stadium connected to local networks and consumption. The rooftop of the arena is covered with 5,700 square meters of solar cells to produce electricity as part of a new energy lab. The project is not large in financial volume, but contains a number of new design details and technical approaches to customer requirements.

The photovoltaic system powers floodlights at all home soccer games, and provides the neighbourhood with locally produced power. The yearly power consumption of the stadium is 375,000 kWh, and the new installation provides enough energy also to meet the needs of 15 local homes.

Technical Facts