High Energy (H-NRG) is a cooling system for photovoltaic collectors, whose main characteristic resides in the capacity to lowe the cell temperature and therefore increase the yearly kWh production.
An aluminium heat exchanger is applied on...
Photovoltaics (PV) are semi-conductors and operate in a paradox they need sunlight to generate electricity but suffer a degradation in performance as they get hotter. Standard...
HIGHER ELECTRICITY YIELD THANKS TO CELL COOLING
High-efficiency monocristalline cell technology
15.8% electrical module efficiency
60% thermal module efficiency
SolarWall® PV/T is a hybrid system which provides up to 300% more energy (in the form of solar electricity + solar heat) than a conventional solar PV system....
At ISOFOTON we have sustainably maintained the same innovative dedication nd focus since our beginnings in 1981, a sign of identity that has made us commit to Solar Energy research to look for better and more efficient competitive solutions.
In the 90s, ISOFOTON participated in experiments geared at testing the effects of...
The result of experiencen gained in over twenty-five years of
operation, photovoltaic modules and solar collectors are part
of a wide range...
Valuable electricity and heat from one module
Warm water and heating support invincibly economic
Electricity output increase through cooling device
Snow-free in winter through defrosting device
Optically homogeneous roof area
Profitable and future oriented investment
TÜV Rheinland certified
Hot water generation using solar collectors is an ecologically...
How to choose this product
Solar panels capture sunlight or a part of the solar energy spectrum and convert it into electricity or heat. Thermal solar panels, also called solar collectors, convert light into heat energy. Photovoltaic panels capture sunlight via semiconductors, storing the electrical energy produced in batteries or feeding it directly into the electrical network.
How to choose
Consider the solar panel's intended use and the required needs. Thermal solar panels are ideal for home water heating, whereas photovoltaic models generate electrical power.