(Data updated as of 09/2022)

Multimedia Solar Tree

The basic design of this photovoltaic solar tree has taken into account to reduce the visual impact on its surroundings as much as possible.
Regardless of its location, it clearly represents the organic, yet structural, forms of a holm oak, a typical tree of the Mediterranean forest and dehesa.
Therefore, not only do we achieve energy generation but also a symbol of the reduction of the carbon footprint and a symbiosis between industrial, urban furniture and natural design. The colours have taken into account the contrast of the environment by combining green and brown tones on its surfaces with a touch of rough texture.
On the other hand, given its industrial design and robust structure and components, it is important to highlight its resistance, durability and preparedness for different seasonal and adverse weather conditions. In addition, due to its isolation situation, we have also included anti-vandalism protection through the application of an anti-graffiti varnish.
To meet these objectives, it is made with an ST-37 steel support structure built using laser-cut sheets in thicknesses of between 10 and 6 mm and subsequent machining and welding. The surface treatment is hot-dip galvanised to prevent corrosion and then stove-enamelled with epoxy paint according to the customer's specifications. Anti-graffiti top coat varnish.
The structure of the tree is made up of 4 arms and each arm is made up of 4 pieces that are joined together to facilitate their assembly in place. The solar tree project will be calculated and approved by an architectural office, including foundation planimetry.
From a technical point of view, the tree is equipped with the most advanced technology for energy generation and control of the solar system. In addition to an energy storage system with maximum utilisation. It also includes two contactless charging points for mobile phones.

> Basic technical features

Three months of development have resulted in a final model that meets the characteristics demanded by the client, the project concept and the location. Area next to the sea with winds that can exceed 90Km per hour. Saline environment and area away from the city centre of Conil. A study of the terrain will define the final structural base in each location. A specialised company will carry out the tastings to finally calculate the exact base needed under the tree where it will be fixed.
An advanced remote control system will allow remote access to the tree to control all the parameters of the energy production system, solar and wind, in addition to the advanced system for capturing meteorological data, multimedia light and sound. In addition, all the data will be published through a portal of the City Council of Conil.

List of basic technical characteristics foreseen.


1.- Protection for marine environments
2.- Adaptation to different environmental conditions. IP65 - Winds<=100Km/h
3.- Latest solar production technology on the market
4.- Average solar production of 4000Wp.
5.- Average wind turbine output of 2000Wp
6.- Remote control of the Tree and publication of production data.
7.- Approved electronics and 15Kw Huawei Energy Storage,
8.- Project under CE Regulations
9.- Built-in multimedia system with programmable RGBW LED lights, sound, contactless mobile phone chargers and WIFI.
10.- APP Movile for Users access to change some Tree parameters in real time (Light and Sound effects).
11.- Calculation project realised by Estudio de Arquitectura Mollinedo.


Project Information


Ayesa - RED.ES - Ayto. Conil de la Frontera


Spain. Conil de la Frontera


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