Photovoltaic furniture now available in Panama

Discover the new set of furniture developed using Onyx Solar®’s photovoltaic glass.

Thanks to one of the multiple Onyx Solar® solutions, Delbra Inc., official distributor of Onyx Solar in Panama, has designed a new collection of photovoltaic outdoor furniture.

These innovative teak wood tables are able to recharge electronic devices via an USB connection, saving consumers time and money and avoiding CO2 emissions – all thanks to the photovoltaic glass integrated in the central part of the table.

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For more information, do not hesitate to contact us or Delbra Inc.: lchirinos@delbrainc.com in Panama.

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