Solar energy production in Germany was already in decline when the solar panels on the roof of a German factory collapsed on March 8, 2017.
Solar panels on a roof of an industrial building in Hamburg were installed in 2011 and are now on the verge of collapse.
The panels on that roof have not yet been replaced, and it is unclear if solar panels will be operational for long.
A new solar panel was installed in 2016 that was supposed to be used for a project, but is now down and cannot be used.
The roof of the factory was then covered with a new, older roofing material that is not able to withstand the heat from the sun.
The new material is being installed on the rooftop, and as the sun sets, the material slowly dries and starts to deteriorate.
Solar energy generation has been falling in Germany, which is the largest market for solar energy in Europe.
Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels have been replaced with solar thermal systems, which rely on electricity generated by the sun to generate electricity.
PV panels are also being replaced by panels on rooftops.
A large number of solar thermal panels are currently being installed around the country, but in the past few months, the number of panels installed in Germany has declined dramatically, as the price of solar PV panels has dropped.
Many companies in Germany are now selling solar energy directly to customers.
Solar thermal systems are more efficient, but they are also more expensive to install and maintain.
The prices of solar energy are currently much higher than what most people can afford.
Solar Thermal Power Systems, a solar thermal company based in Germany is one of the companies that are using solar energy to power its production facility in the city of Hamburg.
The solar thermal system is designed to generate energy when the sun is at its peak, and to use that energy when it is at rest.
This makes it a great system for the manufacturing and power plant.
The company is currently working to expand the solar thermal plant to include solar thermal production, which means that the factory will be able to generate power when it has sun and the sun has gone down.
The manufacturing facility is currently located in the eastern side of Hamburg, and will be expanded to the northern side of the city in the coming months.