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Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island two bed villa outside decking area
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Luksuzni resort na Maldivima proglašen najboljim hotelom na svijetu

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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island showing the main building, known as The Retreat, and it’s photovoltaic roof
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631697, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island showing the main building, known as The Retreat, and it’s photovoltaic roof as well as swimming pool
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631673, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: Aerial shot of the Kudadoo Maldives Private Island showing the main building, known as The Retreat, and it’s photovoltaic roof
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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: An outside bath at the Kudadoo Maldives Private Island spa
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631647, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island showing the main building, known as The Retreat, and it’s photovoltaic roof
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631636, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island bar.
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631620, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island showing the main building, known as The Retreat which contains the restaurant
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631610, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
Profimedia, Ferrari
Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island . Interior of one of the villas
Picture supplied by Ferrari, Image: 404631599, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Ferrari
Profimedia, Ferrari
Ferrari Press Agency
Ref 9959
Solar 1
29/12/2018
See Ferrari pictures
Picture MUST credit: Kudadoo Maldives Private Island
A stunning eco-friendly luxury holiday island has opened – with solar panels made a centrepiece of its design.Kudadoo Maldives Private Island has just opened in the Indian Ocean.The exclusive holiday destination is distinguished by an eye-catching photovoltaic roof to a building called The Retreat, which inc;udes the main bar, restaurant and reception area.At a glance, visitors can assess the size of solar roof, and then comprehend the relationship to the scale of the resort served by it. The building’s design geometry maximizes electricity production by its angle while minimising consumption by allowing sunlight to come through the gaps between panels, reducing the use of artificial light during the day.The 320-kWp solar system generates enough electricity to power the entire 30,000 square metre island retreat without the need for any additional energy supply such as diesel fuel. The initial expense to install the complete solar system will pay for itself in just five years.Prices for a single night Kudadoo Maldives Private Island for two people in a one-bedroom residence start from $4,000 USD / €3.495 Euros / £3,150 GBP.
OPS: The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island. Extra bedroom inside the two-bedroomed accommodatrion
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