Building a photovoltaic plant with canopies for car parks (Quercus patent). MIT headquarters in Via Caraci 36 in Rome.

Work started: 21 December 2012

Work ended: 30 November 2013

Expected duration of work:  547 days
Actual duration of work:  345 days

Parking bays: 54
Surface occupied: m2 528
QUERCUS canopies: 27
Photovoltaic panels:
 324
System power:  80.5 kW
Main work done: Building 27 double-vault photovoltaic canopies known as “Quercus Doppio” (patent owned by Autostrade per l’Italia s.p.a.) for roofing the parking bays and starting up  the photovoltaic plant with a total nominal power of 80.5 kW.  The work concerned both the civil engineering and the plant engineering part (photovoltaic modules, static direct current/ alternating current converters (inverters), parallel switchboard and interface switchboard, measurement compartment in the MV switchboard, wiring,  lightning protection system and grounding system, monitor for viewing production data).



Value of the project: Euro 447,534 

Completion of work (according to contract): 21 june 2014