News and current projects from Sunovation

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

from the SUNOVATION Team

Elsenfeld, Dezember 2022 – MANY THANKS for sucessfull cooperations, constructive exchanges, unique projects and many good conversations in 2022. For the approaching holiday season, we wish a peaceful and relaxing time as well as a good start into the new year.

International Project of the Year

Terra Sustainability Pavilion

Elsenfeld, November 2022 – TERRA - the Sustainability Pavilion with SUNOVATION eFORM modules has won the prestigious "International Project of the Year" award at this year's Building Magazine Awards 2022. Congratulations to all companies involved, first and foremost of course to Grimshaw architects!

BikePorts ProRail in Amsterdam

Curved glass-glass modules SUNOVATION eFORM clear

Elsenfeld, October 2022 - In Amsterdam this year, ProRail's covered bicycle parking spaces were equipped with curved glass-glass modules from SUNOVATION. With a radius of 4 m, the modules, which are manufactured in Germany, follow the curved shape of the roofing. The production of the curved glass-glass modules is made possible by the special SCET manufacturing process. In this process, solar cells are embedded tension-free - even in curved glass-glass modules.


Terra Sustainability Pavilion - Building Magazine Awards 2022

Shortlisted in the "International Project of the Year" category

Elsenfeld, September 2022 – The Terra - Sustainability Pavilion by Grimshaw Architects, equipped with glass-glass modules from SUNOVATION, is among the five finalists in the "International Project of the Year" category of this year's Building Magazine Awards.

Roadshow building integrated photovoltaics

Accompanying exhibition with SUNOVATION eFORM modules

Elsenfeld, June/Juli 2022 – SUNOVATION is currently on a roadshow through Baden Württemberg with its glass-glass modules for building-integrated photovoltaic facades and roofing. The roadshow on building-integrated photovoltaics is an event of the "BIPV Initiative Baden-Württemberg", which is sponsored by the Ministry of the Environment of Baden-Württemberg. The series of events revolves around building-integrated photovoltaics - from planning to system components, framework conditions to design options and best-practice examples.


The BIPV initiative was founded by the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects and the three project partners Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer ISE), Konstanz University of Applied Sciences (HTWG) and the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW). Participation in the roadshow on building-integrated photovoltaics is accredited by the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects for members and for AiP with 3 teaching hours.

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