A tracker optimised for bifacial modules, a set of solar modules coloured by customer request, a flexible and lightweight module for roof and facade and a modular in-roof mounting system. Here are our top products of the week.
Braas have developed their Indax system to allow the integration of crystalline solar modules into pitched roofs. It is suitable for roof inclinations between 16 and 65 degrees.
DAS Energy has designed its modules for roofs with low load reserves and for integration into the building envelope.
NICE Solar Energy GmbH have come up with a solution that produces coloured solar facades in a wide range of hues, giving architects greater creativity.
The Schletter Group has presented a bifacial module optimized version of its tracker, which is now sold in Europe, Africa and Australia.
A container-based megawatt storage unit, a new mounting rail for pitched roofs, some solar tiles that hide in plain sight and a patented reflector system for more yield. These are our top products of the week:
The PV Premium photovoltaic roof tile from Braas turns a roof into more than a protective covering.
The manufacturer T.Werk from Ellzee in Germany has now launched the Zelos mounting rail and Alu Var roof hook for pitched roofs.
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