Solar panels

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A choice of solar panels, Traditional, flexible or Thermal & aerovoltaic

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  • Traditional solar panels

    These rigid solar panels are polycrystalline, monocrystalline or amorphous,...

    These rigid solar panels are polycrystalline, monocrystalline or amorphous, they are usually placed on roofs.
    Amorphous panels have a much lower surface yield but produce more in gray weather. Polycrystalline photovoltaic panels have a slightly lower surface efficiency but have an incomparable power/price ratio. Monocrystalline photovoltaic panels, in addition to having the highest efficiency, have black cells which gives them an additional character.

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  • Flexible Solar Panels

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    Thanks to their light...

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    Thanks to their light weight and thinness, soft and flexible solar panels make it possible to adapt to the requirements of professional or amateur nomadism. Suitable for marine, automobile or land use, they recharge the batteries on board your boat, your camper van, your professional vehicle, your garden shed or your chalet.

    Their small waterproof junction box located at the front allows the panel to be glued or fixed to any surface.

    Soft and flexible solar panels have a specific manufacturing technique which allows them to benefit from high efficiency cells. This manufacturing technique consists of encapsulating silicon photovoltaic cells between sheets of flexible material, at least one of which is transparent (for example polycarbonate). This encapsulation technology offers soft and flexible panels unparalleled advantages: exceptional flexibility, very high performance, ultra light, ultra thin, easy and quick assembly, aesthetics, adaptability to non-flat surfaces, easy transport.

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  • Thermal & aerovoltaic Solar panels

    High performance photovoltaic panels. Polycrystalline, monocrystalline or...

    High performance photovoltaic panels. Polycrystalline, monocrystalline or amorphous, these solar panels are usually placed on roofs. Amorphous panels have a much lower surface yield but produce more in gray weather. Polycrystalline photovoltaic panels have a slightly lower surface efficiency but have an incomparable power/price ratio. Monocrystalline photovoltaic panels, in addition to having the highest efficiency, have black cells which gives them an additional character. All our panels have: - Tempered glass, excellent impact resistance. - Rigid aluminum frame for easy assembly (depending on model) - 10-year manufacturing warranty - 25-year 80% power guarantee - TUV and CE certification

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