Tenesol to showcase PV energy storage and innovation at Intersolar 2011


The company’s exhibit will include:

Energy storage: Tenesol is part of an on-going research programme that will deliver an integrated PV energy conversion and storage kit by the end of 2011.

TE Lumex Design: A custom made dual-glass module that gives architects freedom to create unique PV and building designs. It can be tailored to suit almost any project requirement including size of module, cell layout, coloured glass, installation structure and more.

TE 290 / 300 – 72M: The largest and most powerful PV module that Tenesol create. A 300 Wc monocrystalline module made at the company’s manufacturing plant in Toulouse, France.

TE 2200 range (TE220/230-60P+ and TE235/250-60M+): The first range of Tenesol modules to achieve a positive tolerance. They offer a power tolerance of 0 / 5 Wp and are available with a ‘black tedlar’ option, ideal for architectural integration.

TE 2200 all black: For an ideal an aesthetic architectural integreation, Tenesol has developed a range of modules with a black frame and a black back-sheet, also manufactured in Europe.

Tenesol will be located in Hall A4, Booth 390 at Intersolar 2011. A selection of senior personnel from its European and German business units will be on hand to welcome visitors and discuss residential, turnkey and distribution services.

Tenesol has more than 27 years’ experience delivering on-grid and off-grid PV systems to the global market and has operated in Germany for over 10 years.

Intersolar is the world’s largest solar industry exhibition with more than 2,000 exhibitors taking part.