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Christoph Würtemberger

Hailed as the “Solar Man” of Germany, Christoph is accredited with the design and installation of a substantial chunk of solar deployments in Germany. Christoph forms an integral part of SunAura’s design and development team and helps with seamless execution of projects. He is an Electronics Engineer, trained in various sectors: 2011 as expert for Photovoltaic Systems, certificated by the TüV Rheinland, in 1994 Industrial Master for Measuring and Control Technology and Radio and TV Master, in 1992 attended VdS Training for Burglar and Fire Alarm System, and in 1986 he was associated with military time, air-force, as a radio technician in Germany.

His key responsibilities include electrical engineering of the solar PV power plants, detailed planning of grid cobbled PV system, supervision of the installation work for PV park, start-up and commissioning of PV installation, performance acceptance test for a PV park installation, international training for local craftsmen, operation, and service for a PV Power Plant.

Christoph has been an MNRE-NISE Trainer for the solar PV On-Grid and Off-Grid Systems in India and is a TüV Rheinland certified expert for the PV systems. He has been associated with India’s solar PV segment since the beginning and has managed the installation of a stand-alone 5 kWp PV system at Renewable Energy Center Mithradham, India in the year 1995 and other projects of a 15 MWp PV and a 10 MWp PV in Mathav, India with thin-film PV module technology.

 

He has been associated with the solar PV sector since 1991. In 1993, he installed the first grid coupled PV system in Germany with a 1.8 kWp capacity. He was involved in planning and installation of a 2.4 kWp grid coupled PV system in Spain with CIGS thin-film module. He delivered his services for various rooftop and ground-mounted projects with the capacity of kW to MW scale.