Solarium Athens, Greece (the name is Greek for “solar-charged”) has just launched a solarium project that’s powered by a new, ultra-efficient, high-performance solar array.
The solarium solarium is designed to meet the needs of an urban community in Athens with a density of between 6,000 and 10,000 residents per square kilometer, according to the company.
The project will use solar energy, and will generate between 5.5 and 7.5 kW of power each year.
The sunniest city in Europe, Athens has a population of over 30 million, according the city’s own data.
And it’s also one of the world’s most polluted cities, ranking number nine among the cities that have reached the top 10 percent of CO2 emissions.
Solarium says the solarium system will reduce the CO2 released by burning fossil fuels by 50 to 70 percent compared to a traditional solar array, which would add around 2,000 tonnes of CO 2 per year.
It’s a major step forward for Athens.
Solarariums, solar energy projects, and solar energy companies have been popping up all over Europe in recent years, with many popping up in smaller cities and rural areas, such as in the German city of Essen.
But Solarium’s Athens project is one of only a few solar energy systems built in the European Union.
Solarium says its solarium was designed to provide enough energy to meet up to 50% of the city of 20,000 people’s energy needs.
The solarium array is currently under construction in the city.
Solarariums like Solarium have been around in Athens for a while, but in recent months, they’ve started popping up more widely.
The company says it started selling solarium in late 2016.
SolarIUM, a joint venture between solar energy company E.ON and solar power provider Solarium, was founded in 2005.
The first solarium plant was built in 2007.
Solariams solarium plants in Europe have been installed in countries like Belgium, Finland, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
SolarIUM is also a member of the European Solar Energy Association, a body that provides technical support for solar energy.
Solariams, a subsidiary of E.O. Solar, the energy-storage giant behind solar energy products such as batteries and storage, is based in Spain.
The Solariam project will be the company’s first solar energy project in Europe.
The project’s main aim is to generate solar energy from a solar array that’s mounted in a roof, and then feed it back into the grid.
Solaraims says the project will produce power from around 4,000 kilowatts of power per year, and it will also generate enough power to power more than 50,000 homes, which will allow the solar array to be connected to a power plant.
Solaraims expects the system to generate electricity in the range of 3,000 to 5,000 kW, depending on how the solar panels are set up.
The Solaraim system is designed for residential use, but Solaraim will also sell it for commercial use.
Solaraei has been selling solaraims in Athens since 2016, according for the company, which is now launching the first commercial Solaraim in Greece.
The system is being manufactured by Solaraim, and has been installed on two rooftops in Athens.
The company says the system is more than 10 years old, but says it has taken the company to a new level of innovation.
Solariaaims solaraim is built on a roof that is about 40 meters (200 feet) tall, and is made from high-density polyethylene.
Solaraiaims has a solar-powered solar array mounted on a rooftop.
Solaraiaim is currently being tested on a residential roof in Athens, and Solaraim says it’s “ready for commercial applications.”
The company plans to install Solaraim on other rooftops and will offer it as an option to developers for other urban areas.
Solaraei says it will use the solaraim system to power the energy supply for the solar farms on the roofs of more than 5,500 buildings, and that it’s expected to reduce electricity demand by up to 40 percent compared with the current system.
Solaraeaaims will use energy from the rooftop solar energy to power solar panels on the rooftops of buildings.
The energy will be stored in the solar energy arrays and distributed throughout the buildings.
Solareaim says the installation of the solar system on buildings will generate around 15,000 tons of CO₂ per year (roughly 4.5 billion euros) and will reduce energy consumption by 40 percent.