of the Cézallier in the Puy
of Dome (63 ; FRANCE), SYCOMOREEN
has a building, used formerly like a body of farm.
This "old constructed" building benefits of an orientation South South East
and shadowless. It is
naturally very isolated thanks to its thick walls of
about 1 m of stones and its
foundation partially buried in the rock. The surface taken on the
ground is of 23 x m 9 m.
However, its roof in blue and
tiles) dates of 1895 and has been be rebuilt because of the weakness
of the fixings of the tiles, that reached the respectable age of almost
years. The right part made of sheet metal will be also renovated
order to constitute a coherent and an aesthetic and technical set which
will be perfectly integrated to the local architecture.
Below, the new tiles chosen
for the project, and put in place on the roof :
Since the half of April 2010, this solar plant has got a SYCOMOREEN's exclusivity
the Overall Photovoltaics with Automated Liquid Enhancements (OPALE)