Black module with low-glare front glass
The addition of the non-glare glass to the Vision 60M black from Solarwatt now also allows photovoltaic systems to be used in areas where reflected sunlight is undesired, such as in densely built-up single-family residential areas, where the effects of glare are particularly disturbing. In addition, the glass conforms to the recommendations of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and can also be installed on buildings near airports.
Another glass-glass module from Solarwatt has also passed the internal tests for general building authority approval (ABZ). A framed 60-cell module will soon also be available for overhead installation as a carport or veranda roof. With the imminent approval by the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBt), the module Vision 60M build is the first standard module to be regarded as a regulated building product. It can therefore be used without restriction in private and public areas without requiring a separate building permit. (mfo)
The videos from the 2019 pv Guided Tours at The smarter E Europe (Intersolar Europe, ees Europe, Power2Drive, EM-Power) in Munich are now online. Here you can follow the tour on high-efficiency solar modules.
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