International solar supplier Targray has unveiled a line of high-efficiency solar modules for building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) systems. Featuring a range of solar tiles, shingles and wall panels that integrate seamlessly with any building’s cladding, the new product line addresses the growing demand for functional, aesthetically appealing solar energy solutions in commercial and residential real estate markets.
Targray BIPV modules are produced in a multitude of sizes, shapes, colors and patterns, enabling real estate developers and contractors to introduce solar power generation without compromising the architectural integrity of their projects. They are manufactured from high-efficiency crystalline or thin-film solar cells capable of delivering a power conversion efficiency of up to 20%.
Some benefits to BIPV, according to Targray
- More power generation per square foot than traditional solar modules
- Excellent weather protection, thermal insulation, noise mitigation and safety features
- Customizable sizes, colors, patterns and finishes to ensure seamless integration
- Attractive aesthetics thanks to a sleek, hidden fastening system
- Lightweight, thin and easy to install
- Strong and durable; Backed by a 10-year product warranty and a 25-year efficiency warranty
- Certifications: IEC 61646, IEC 61730, GB
29551-2013,UL 1703(UL), FCC Part 15B, ISO 9001
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