The newly developed module is equipped with a sheet of glass on both the front and the back. Centrosolar uses a newly-developed thin glass pane in its module. This glass is just 2.3 millimeters thick, yet it is extremely durable, as the company says. The new glass makes the module highly robust and resistant to environmental factors.
The lifespan of this module is also longer than that of foil-laminate based modules. The new module consists of 54 cells and generates an output of up to 225 Wp (polycrystalline) or 235 Wp (monocrystalline). The back of the module was left grey, which lends it a highly aesthetic appearance and allows it to blend in nicely with the rest of the roof.
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