The ArteZanos Flexible Solar PV is currently the only Miami-Dade NOA-approved flexible solar PV panel, according to the company, which has stringent requirements for the solar permitting, installation, and inspection process. ArteZanos Flexible Solar PV gives a choice between two different types of flexible light-weight CIGS or Mono c-Si adhesive applied solar technologies in multiple dimensions (you may remember the technology as MiaSolé’s rollable thin film). These are designed to adhere to different roofing substrates with incredible wind uplift resistance and high impact resistance, eliminating the heavy glass and traditional racking systems associated with invasive penetrations to the roof.
ArteZanos Flexible Solar PV panels can also be integrated with ArteZanos Hybrid Roofing Systems by Roofing Contractors per Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board, so long as a licensed electrician completes the permitted wiring and grid connection. The ArteZanos Flexible Solar PV can also be applied to new and existing 16″ Standing Seam metal roofing, transforming almost any Miami-Dade NOA Approved structural or non-structural metal roof into a solar roof.
The patented ArteZanos Hybrid System is also Miami-Dade NOA Approved for use with ArteZanos “invisible”, solar thermal tubing certified by the Florida Solar Energy Center for domestic hot water use including pool heating. The new ArteZanos Flexible Solar PV can be combined with ArteZanos Solar Thermal R.I.S.A. to significantly leverage total solar output, generating electricity and / or domestic hot water. Both ArteZanos Flexible Solar PV and ArteZanos Solar Thermal DHW options qualify for a 26% federal solar tax credit on the total cost of a “Solar Roof” with no cap limitation until December 31, 2022.
The The ArteZanos Hybrid System is tested Class “A” Fire Rated and is universal in that it can be used with any manufacturers’ profiled tile maximizing sustainable benefits. The ArteZanos Hybrid System is energy efficient, light weight and is Miami-Dade NOA Approved as a recovery system to retro-fit less sustainable existing asphalt shingle roofs as long as they are 2001 and newer.
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