Today we give you a list of the world’s eight famous photovoltaic stadiums. Let’s enjoy them together.
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Kaiserslautern Football Stadium
Kaiserslautern stadium is the home stadium of the Bundesliga rival club Kaiserslautern. 2006 World Cup in Germany, Kaiserslautern stadium was completely renovated, and the roof of the stadium was installed with solar photovoltaic power generation system produced by China Yingli, with a total installed capacity of 1MW.
Stade van Kolodorf
The stadium is also known as the Swiss Capital Stadium, located in Bern, Switzerland. 2007 saw the completion of the installation of solar power generation equipment, with a total of 7,930 sets of solar modules, with a total installed capacity of 1.3 MW, generating 1 MWh of electricity per year.
Pernambuco Stadium, located in Recife, Brazil, uses solar photovoltaic power generation systems produced by Yingli of China. With a total installed capacity of 1 MW, the system can generate 1.5 million kWh of electricity annually, which is equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of 6,000 Brazilians and can meet 30% of the stadium’s electricity demand.
Lincoln Financial Stadium
Lincoln Financial Field is the home stadium of the Philadelphia Eagles, a famous American football team. The stadium is equipped with 2,500 solar panels, 80 vertical wind turbines, and a power plant using biomass diesel or natural gas, which is estimated to generate more than 1 billion kilowatt hours of electricity over 20 years.
The Dragon Stadium is currently the largest stadium in Taiwan. The Dragon Stadium is themed after a dragon, winding like a crawling dragon, and the 8,844 solar panels on the roof of the stadium form the scales on the dragon’s body. With a total installed capacity of 1MW, Dragon Stadium is the first sports stadium in the world to be completely powered by solar energy.
The Estadio Mineiro is a local Brazilian cultural heritage and the main stadium for the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament. The stadium installed a 1.4 MW rooftop photovoltaic system in 2013, providing 1.4 million kWh of green power annually.
Maracana Stadium is the second stadium ever to host two World Cup finals and is recognized as the largest soccer stadium in the world. 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Maracana Stadium introduced a solar photovoltaic module power generation system produced by China’s Yingli, with an installed capacity of 400 KW.
Brazil National Stadium Stadium
Brazil’s National Stadium has a total installed solar power capacity of 2.5MW, the world’s largest. 2014 Brazil World Cup third place battle was played here, but it is regrettable that the Brazilians lost three goals in a row, and finally the Netherlands won the third place, the Brazilian team spilled tears national stadium.