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Flexible solar panel is an emerging technology product in the world's solar industry. It is a solar panel made of resin-encapsulated amorphous silicon as the main photovoltaic element layer and laid on a bottom plate made of flexible materials. Features: bendable and foldable, easy to carry.
There are several different types of solar panel available on the market. The three main types are monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and thin film solar panels – all of which differ based on the purity of the material that they are made from (usually silicon). While the monocrystalline and polycrystalline panels are quite similar, they differ when it comes to the finer details. The monocrystalline solar panels are more space efficient and powerful, while thin film cells belong to an entirely different category.
Flexible and ultra-thin solar panel that can be stretched along any exterior. Its applications include but are not limited to buildings facades, automobile mobile roofs and mobile power station. The product is made with composite material and 70% lighter than conventional solar panels, making it far less costly to transport and install.
Due to its lightness and flexibility, Flexible PV module can be integrated with any building exterior, including but not limited to curved surfaces, tilted surfaces and facades. Further more, Flexible PV module can be installed and transported at a much lower cost than traditional solar panels, thereby making it easy and affordable for building owners who want to go green.
The heavy weight of traditional panel systems severely limits the potential of buildings to install and generate solar power. Many large commercial rooftops have an average load capacity of 15 kg/m2 or less, whereas the average weight of conventional solar panel systems is 20 kg/m2. Flexible PV module solves this issue by carrying weight of only 3 kg/m2, thereby bringing energy independence to any building, without compromising the integrity of the structure.
Another major concern preventing building owners from installing solar is related to aesthetics. Traditionally, solar systems are unaesthetic additives nailed onto rooftops and building surfaces. addresses this problem through its easy installation. The product can be attached to the roof without penetration and requires little to no add on structures. This makes an aesthetic home improvement that naturally assimilates into the building appearance.