BRF Hästen in Tyringe, west of Hässleholm, saw solar cells as a natural choice where they wanted to reduce costs and at the same time make a contribution to the environment.
The housing association consists of three houses where the middle one with the large laundry room has by far the highest common electricity consumption. It was therefore natural to place the facility on that roof.
152 angled solar panels are located on the flat roof. As the roof slopes slightly inwards, the front panels have a slightly lower slope than the rear ones. See the video below for a closer look at the location.