Ebisu Industry shows typhoon-resistant solar power plant construction system at Green Energy Expo

Ebisu Industry booth view at 2021 Green Energy Expo | Photo by AVING News

Ebisu Industry participated in the International Green Energy Expo 2021 held at EXCO, Daegu from April 28 (Wed) to 30 (Fri) and introduced its typhoon-resistant solar power plant construction system.

Established in 2008, Ebisu Industry has been building and maintaining solar power plants for 13 years. The company owns many intellectual property rights along with 10 patents and utility models through continuous R&D.

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The company staff from Ebisu Industry said, “We directly design, manufacture, and construct structures that are resistant to typhoons. Because the structures are tightly fixed by using the patented clamp that fixes the solar power modules, we haven’t had any damage from typhoon that was caused by product defect,” as he showed pride in the product.

The 18th International Green Energy Expo is Korea’s largest, one of Asia’s top 3 and the world’s top 10 new and renewable energy exhibitions, and the only exhibition jointly organized by the four major associations. The exhibition covers △Solar power △ESS (energy storage system) & battery △Smart grid technology △Wind power and △New and renewable energy. This exhibition is hosted by Daegu Metropolitan City and Gyeongsangbuk-do and organized by EXCO, KNREA, KOPIA, KWEIA, and KHIA.

→ Go to the 18th Green Energy Expo special page

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