Plug and play solar solution ensures energy label on exclusive architect-designed house

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Energy labeling and style merge in an architect-designed house in Herning with our CIGS solar panels

In Herning, our customer had an essential goal: To meet the energy labeling requirements without compromising the villa’s aesthetics.

To achieve this, our customer chose our innovative plug and play solution. A solution that not only delivers an increased effectivity thanks to its higher absorption coefficient compared to traditional silicon solar panels, but also preserves the villa’s visual integrity.

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Light expression, easy installation

On the roof, our plug and play CIGS solar solution is implemented with panels measuring 215 cm in length and 35 cm in width. A solution that integrates beautifully with the roof and the house’s architecture without disturbing the lines or the aesthetics.

The installation was as seamless as our solar cell solution. The carpenters led the assembly process, and with our plug and play design, it was an easy job. Everything needed was included in the package, which made the process quick and hassle-free.

The solar panels are mounted completely flat on the roof and have an impressive flexibility. With their minimal weight of only 2,2 kg per square meter, they are incredibly easy to work with. No holes need to be drilled and all wires are clicked together and hidden under the roof ridge. All in all, it is a simple installation process.

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Fusion of energy and aesthetic

The result spoke for itself: a brilliant architect-designed villa where energy efficiency and aesthetics go hand in hand. Our CIGS panels proved their worth by providing the required energy labeling without sacrificing the look of the villa. This was not only a technological triumph, but also a visual victory.

In this way, our plug and play solar panels has shown how modern technology and sustainability can work together to create a home that is both efficient and aesthetically pleasing. Energy labeling is no longer a hindrance to architectural beauty.

Would you like us to help you find the solution that fits exactly your house?

Read more about our plug and play solar solution here.

Please contact us for further information here.

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Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

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Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

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CIGS compared to poly-Si

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Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

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CIGS compared to poly-Si

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CIGS compared to poly-Si

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