Sunlumo wins Green Product Award
Perg, July 13th 2016 – “The One World Solar Collector lays the foundation and is a key component for a complete and cost-effective solar system”, said Robert Buchinger. Sunlumo is one of the winners of the Green Product Award. The solar experts from Perg (in Upper Austria) competed with others in the category “Consumer Electronics” and impressed with their innovative and unique plastic-made system. The One World Solar Collector was assessed by an expert jury consisting of professionals in design, economy and industry, who praised its environmental friendliness, low manufacturing costs and clever utilization of solar energy. The system’s customer oriented product design and the smart mix of materials were also acknowledged. The One World Solar System represents the next generation of solar water heating that can either be implemented in established building systems or as an off-grid system. Furthermore, the system’s latest communication technology enables both continuous monitoring and optimization as well as direct interaction with the customer.
Official award presentation in October at the Designers’ Open in Leipzig
The Green Product Award is an annual international competition for innovative and sustainable products and concepts, which took place for the first time in 2014. Projects from more than 25 countries have been submitted. Last year alone, the exhibitions attracted over 250,000 visitors interested in the featured innovations. The online public voting for the Public Choice Award runs from June until October.The official award presentation then takes place in October at the Designers’ Open in Leipzig.
An incentive for research and development
The Green Product Award is yet another incentive for research and development at Sunlumo. Last year the One World Solar Collector within the One World Solar System was awarded the Solar Keymark certificate of quality and also won the German Federal Ecodesign Award. Furthermore, just a few weeks ago Sunlumo received the Energy Globe Upper Austria for its pioneering plastic-made product in the category “Sustainable Plastics”.