Flexible for building integration


The PowerFlex BIPV is based on CIGS technology and is said to achieve an output of up to 300 watts with an efficiency of up to 12.6 percent, twice that of previous flexible modules based on the a-Si technology. No supporting framework, roof penetration or additional ballast is required for assembly.

It's simply glued-on level roof surfaces with a special butyl adhesive and thus only weighs around 2.5 kilograms per square meter. This makes it particularly suitable for roofs that can't bear much additional weight. The PowerFlex BIPV module is obtainable in lengths of one meter or two.

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