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    Balcony power plants are permitted in municipal buildings

    January 23, 2023 - APA EconomicNews Service


      Under certain conditions, so-called balcony power plants, i.e. small photovoltaic systems with a maximum output of 800 watts, are also permitted in municipal buildings in Vienna. A permit from Wiener Wohnen is required for their installation. It is checked, for example, whether the panels fit into the overall appearance and whether neighbors are affected by this, said the office of the housing councilor Kathrin Gaál on Monday.

      Which specifications have to be observed exactly depends on whether the mini power plant is to be installed in an apartment building or a housing estate, or whether the system is to be installed on the balcony, terrace or on the roof. For example, installations directly on the facade, on the roof of apartment buildings or on balconies with brick parapets will not be approved.

      (Die APA - Austria Presse Agentur hat das alleinige Recht auf Verbreitung ihrer Meldungen und Dienste. Die Bezieher sind berechtigt, diese im Rahmen der jeweils gültigen Verträge zu nutzen. Jegliche darüber hinaus gehende Nutzung, insbesonders die Weitergabe an Dritte, ist untersagt.)


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