European galvanizing leader Wuppermann announced that its Judenburg plant in Austria has been generating electricity via its own photovoltaic system since May 2022. The system was installed on the roof of the Wuppermann Austria GmbH hall. The investment volume was EUR 251,000 euros. The annual electricity generation of the photovoltaic system is around 418 MWh, and the nominal output is 380 kWp.In addition to galvanized steel strip, Wuppermann Austria also produces galvanized tubes and profiles and is one of the largest production sites within the Wuppermann Group. WA is also one of the largest employers in the Judenburg region.With Wuppermann Austria, three of the Wuppermann Group's five production sites now generate electricity from the company's own photovoltaic systems. The start was made at plant in Hungary at the beginning of the year. The tube plant in Altmünster in Austria followed in MarchSince its foundation in 1872, the medium-sized family business Wuppermann has developed from a steel processor to a leading innovator in corrosion protection. Wuppermann Group employs around 800 people throughout Europe at five production sites in the Netherlands, Austria, Poland and Hungary, as well as in holding and sales companies in Germany, Austria, France, Sweden and Romania. It is managed by Wuppermann AG as a holding company based in Leverkusen, which is 100 % family-owned. The product portfolio includes surface-finished flat steel products with zinc and zinc-magnesium coatings and pickled surfaces, as well as pipes, profiles and pipe components with the same surface types. Wuppermann's products are applied in a wide variety of industries: construction, furniture and automotive industries, solar & energy technology and transport.