BISOL Group to launch its exclusive series of BISOL Spectrum PV modules with coloured cells at InterSOLUTION trade fair in Belgium

22. January 2013 | By:  BISOL Group, d.o.o.

BISOL Group will launch its latest range of premium quality BISOL Spectrum photovoltaic modules with coloured cells. The company will present this and other new solar solutions at the InterSOLUTION trade fair in Belgium from January 23 to January 25.

BISOL Group, one of the leading European based producers of PV modules and other solar solutions, is constantly expanding its assortment of photovoltaic products. The company follows the development and trends of the global photovoltaic market and is always responding to client’s needs.

At InterSOLUTION in hall 8, stand 8719 the company will launch its exclusive BISOL Spectrum collection of coloured PV modules that are available in power classes from 225W to 235W. These customized high quality PV modules are particularly designed for installations where colour conformity to the building design is essential.

They can also be used to brighten a monotonous exterior. Fashionable modules can perfectly match the colour of the roof tiles as they come in various colour shades: cobalt blue, forest green, lavender, metallic grey and tile red. The investor can either choose single-shade or multi-shade cell colour pattern. In many situations these new BISOL PV modules are a suitable solution when renovating cultural heritage buildings.

The company will also exhibit its newest BISOL data logger 1.0 monitoring device. The product combines a data logger, 3G modem and a router to provide a complete insight into the PV plant’s performance. It enables data collection from different inverter brands and allows monitoring, analysing and downloading all the essential PV plant’s performance information.

In Belgium the European producer will also present its entire collection of other premium quality poly- and monocrystalline PV modules, particularly its PeakPerformance modules with anti-reflective glass and modules for building integrated PV systems.

In addition to exhibiting PV modules, the company will also display its newest mounting solution – BISOL EasyMount 200 HDPE bases that are appropriate for flat roofs or surfaces and allow the construction of a wind-friendly aerodynamic structure without having to penetrate the roof. BISOL Group began the year 2013 with plans to complete automation of its manufacturing facility and to expand into new emerging markets.

It will continue improving and inventing new products in order to offer comprehensive photovoltaic solutions to suit all tastes and desires. The company plans to present its solar products at 11 international trade fairs this year, starting with the InterSOLUTION trade fair in Belgium this week.