The Lithuanian pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai is taking shape. Its openwork carcass made of wooden constructions is already standing. As construction work is progressing quite rapidly, the SoliTek solar power plant system, which is considered to be the main feature of this building, was dispatched to the exhibition.
With the help of UAE solar specialists, new generation glass-glass solar collectors will be integrated into the pavilion frame. All pavilions in this exhibition must use renewable energy. This innovative system will meet the mentioned requirement as well as will serve to cool and ventilate the building on hot days. Due to climatic conditions, all installation work will be carried out during dark hours.
SoliTek is responsible for the entire solar power plant project. The team has fully adapted it not only for extremely hot but for windy Dubai weather as well. This system is equipped with double-sided SOLID Bifacial modules and the ones with thinned cells that also cover the roof. The total power of all collectors is 49,18 kW. After the exhibition, the solar power plant will be brought back to Lithuania as it is planned to be used for other public projects.