New Generation Bisol PV Modules with Anti-Reflective Glass Have Up to 3 per Cent Higher Energy Yield

PREBOLD, April 25, 2012 – BISOL Group has launched its newest collection of premium quality photovoltaic BISOL PeakPerformance modules with anti-reflective glass, first presented to the general public at the Ecobuild trade fair in London.

After very positive and promising feedback the company began mass production.

BISOL Group is constantly expanding its assortment of photovoltaic products, most recently launching the newest collection of BISOL PeakPerformance PV modules with anti-reflective glass. BISOL’s polycrystalline PV modules with anti-reflective coating come in power classes 240-, 245- and 250 W. Monocrystalline PV modules are available in power classes from 250 W to an amazing 260 W. Specially designed, 3.2 millimetres thick and highly transparent glass has an anti-reflective coating that enables more light absorbance. Consequently all new generation BISOL PV modules have 2 to 3 per cent higher energy yield.

All BISOL PeakPerformance modules with anti-reflective glass are suitable both for professional and commercial use, and for all types of PV power plants from rooftop, building integrated, ground-mounted and off-grid PV systems. They are especially appropriate for investors who want more for their money and who want to exploit their roof space to the maximum.

BISOL Group produces a complete range of PV solutions from premium quality mono- and polycrystalline PV modules to innovative BISOL EasyMount understructures and other accompanying solar products. The Research and Development Department of the company is continuously implementing new and upgraded solutions.

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Date: 2 May 2012
Source: www.bisol.com

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