Solarwatt Launches New Glass-Glass Module with Building Authority Approval
- Solarwatt GmbH, based in Dresden, Germany, is launching a successor model of its "vision 60M construct" glass-glass solar module with general building inspectorate approval (abZ) from the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBt). The module comes with a 30-year product and performance warranty.
Solarwatt GmbH, based in Dresden, Germany, is launching a successor model of its "vision 60M construct" glass-glass solar module with general building inspectorate approval (abZ) from the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBt). This module, called “Panel vision GM 3.0 construct”, is equipped with bifacial monocrystalline PERC half cells from an unnamed manufacturer and has a power of 370 W. The module also comes with a 30-year product and performance warranty. Production is scheduled to begin in March, with shipments starting in April. Starting at the end of this year, the module will have an additional center support brace to increase stability and improve appearance.
Why does it matter?
This new module is a significant development in solar energy technology, as it allows for the use of glass-glass modules for overhead glazing and facades without the need for additional protection. This means that solar energy can now be used in a variety of different applications, including for parking lot roofing and facades. The 30-year product and performance warranty also ensures that the module will be reliable and durable for many years.
Solarwatt GmbH plans to continue to develop and improve its glass-glass solar module technology. The company is also looking into using other materials, such as polycarbonate, to further improve the durability and efficiency of its modules. Furthermore, Solarwatt is looking into expanding its product line to include other solar energy-related products, such as energy storage solutions. This will enable customers to make the most out of their solar energy investments.
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