The indoor swimming pool is the largest electricity consumer in the municipality of Vöcklabruck. In the future, the pool will produce around 15 percent of its own electricity. This is made possible by a huge photovoltaic system that was recently installed. The almost 300 solar modules have a total maximum output of 126 kilowatts and produce around 130,000 kilowatt hours of solar power per year.
The system was built by the Regau company SolaTec in collaboration with the municipal building yard and the volunteer fire department. “This saves us high external costs and the photovoltaic system becomes even more economical,” says Mayor Peter Schobesberger (SPÖ), who expects a payback period of five years.
“We are covering our electricity consumption ourselves step by step,” says Deputy Mayor Stefan Maier (SPÖ), responsible for finance and energy. “This means the money stays in Vöcklabruck and we create financial scope for child care, health and many other areas.”
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