Ground and roof based PV plants

Solar Polaris focuses on the construction of photovoltaic systems, where production can primarily be self-consumed at the installation site.  This reduces both the local carbon footprint and the operating costs while increasing the share of green energy in Denmark – without the country's electricity grid having to be expanded.

When you enter into dialogue with Solar Polaris, the first step is always to match the PV system's size to your building's electricity consumption. The building should be able to self-consume at least 90% of the electricity generation. As a rule of thumb, 20-25% of your annual consumption can be provided by the PV plant's production and only an analysis of consumption and production on an hourly basis can show if more is possible.

Once the plant size is in place, we prepare a proposal for panels, inverters, assembly system, connection to existing installation and a monitoring solution. Here, we as a company attach great importance to always being up to date on both the technical possibilities and the administrative requirements for connection.

Roof based PV plants - Solar Polaris

Cover with solar panels

Even with an increased focus on green conversion, climate change is a real risk. By covering parking spaces and access paths with solar panels, you are addressing the problem by reducing CO2 emissions, you protect yourself from, for instance, cloud bursts and can, at the same time, set up charging points providing electric cars with solar power.

Solar Polaris has a special focus on designing and installing complete systems for parking spaces and paths, which include custom designed, load-bearing steel structures. We work closely with both Danish and foreign partners on the design and production of the supporting structures and we take care of the overall project.

Our experience and the skills we have on load-bearing steel structures benefit us on projects where there is a need to cover technical installations on buildings.

Below you can see our references for covers with solar panels.

Complex constructions - Solar Polaris

Service & Support

Solar Polaris' photovoltaic services aim to optimise production from your photovoltaic systems while minimizing the risks of the installation causing damage to buildings, equipment and/or people.

Based on this, Solar Polaris offers three standardized levels of service:

  • Solar Polaris Cloud Control (SPCC) Monitoring Platform License
  • Monitoring Service
  • Extended Service (includes Audit Service)

Solar Polaris Cloud Control (SPCC) The monitoring platform allows you to – yourself or via
a third party - can a.) monitor the operation of the installation and b.) can evaluate historical production.
The SPCC Monitoring Platform is independent of the inverter manufacturer and works with most
inverter manufacturers.

Solar Polaris Monitoring Service still provides access to SPCC Monitoring Software, while
monitoring of the installation and detection of any faults at the plant is carried out by Solar Polaris.
Remote diagnosis of errors is included in the performance, while repair and operational inspections can be performed on the
own hand or purchased from Solar Polaris or a third party.

Extended Service provides full access to SPCC Monitoring Software, all services under
our Monitoring Service and, in addition, pro-active regular (typically annual) operational inspections, where
the general condition and safety of the installation.

Solar Polaris aims to continuously strengthen the service area to make the maintenance and operation of photovoltaic systems easier and more efficient for our customers. Service cases are created by sending an e-mail to

Sumba References - Solar Polaris