Viridian releases brand-new, larger roofing system integrated solar modules

Feb 18, 2021 03:26 PM ET
  • Cambridge-based Viridian Solar has actually included 2 new modules to its Clearline fusion series of roof covering integrated solar.
Viridian releases brand-new, larger roofing system integrated solar modules
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The 335Wp and also 340Wp modules note a change away from a 156mm cell dimension for the business. It has gone with mono-crystalline PERC G1 cells at 158.75 mm for its new modules, adhering to on from a wider change in the solar sector, with lots of suppliers re-tolling factories to produce bigger cell sizes.

The power result of the new G1 modules per m2 rankings amongst the highest readily available claimed Jamie Berryman, CSO at Viridian Solar, making them "one of the most affordable way to provide numerous specifications"

" We prepare for that new structure laws along with the electrification of home heating and transport will imply our houses need a growing number of solar fitted. The PV16-G1 offers solar installers and real estate developers the right tools to meet the difficulties in advance. ".

New G1 roof covering packages will be available along with the brand-new G1 modules, as the general measurements of the new panels have a knock on impact. Viridian has actually altered the colour of the new roofing packages as well, making them anthracite grey to better match the panels, boosting appearances of installations.

The half-cut cells in Viridian's G1 modules have a number of technological benefits added KT Tan, CTO at Viridian Solar.

" The layout decreases resistance losses in cell connections causing a greater total panel effectiveness. Additionally, because the cells are in two separate strings within each panel, shading that cross the short length of the panel will reduce result by less. We likewise anticipate enhanced performance under place shading and higher resistance to mechanical stress and anxiety."

The information follows on from a busy 2020 for the company, introducing a host of new collaborations consisting of with Beech Dope, Newland Homes, Bloor Homes, Stewart Milne Homes as well as Bellway.

The new modules will be available to clients in mainland Europe from May, and UK customers from June 2021.