The beauty of a city, Raphael Ménard, Post-combustion
Our solution is an aesthetically pleasing anodized aluminum profile that replicates the appearance of a standing seam or batten zinc roof. It works on all roof surfaces to give them a Parisian elegance.
An ambitious vision that demonstrates that sustainability can go hand in hand with aesthetics and financial savings.
Zinclike is not a waterproofing solution, it combines with proven roofing materials and techniques.
Our mission is to creatively stimulate today's organisations to become tomorrow's sustainable development players. After carrying out a study of the building's structure and an analysis of the electrical network, Skysun will work with you to develop a photovoltaic power plant that is perfectly adapted to your consumption profile and your aesthetic constraints. The electricity produced will be distributed to you for a fraction of the prices charged on the public distribution network. The result: savings on your energy bill and a reduced environmental impact for your building. Skysun covers 100% of the CAPEX and OPEX of its projects.
Jean-Didier Steenackers of the Sunsoak architectural office is both a pioneer and a leader in the art of architectural integration of solar projects. The European Court of Justice (Luxembourg), the Finance Tower (Liege) and the IBGE (Brussels) are some of his achievements. He also collaborates with big names such as Renzo Piano on large-scale projects. On the CERN (Geneva) in particular. The architect plays a fundamental role in that he acts as a conductor to combine aesthetics with functionality. As the main player in the project, he has the knowledge and tools to promote photovoltaics integrated into the building.
PROOF OF CONCEPT
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Our ZincLike solution was created on the roof of one of Brussels' historic monuments: the Halles des Abattoirs in Anderlecht (1890). This is a first in several respects:
It is the largest architectural photovoltaic system (BIPV) in Europe in an urban environment. But it is also the first time that the Royal Commission for Monuments and Sites in Brussels has allowed the deployment of solar energy on a listed building.