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Government of the Bahamas approves use of 3 IN 1 solar tile roof system

Government of the Bahamas approves use of 3 IN 1 solar tile roof system

August 5, 2019 at 9:16 am Comments are Disabled

  Bahamas Industries and Construction Company Ltd (BICC) has been granted approval by The Ministry of Public Works of The Bahamian Government to use the intriguing insulating solar tiles known as 3 IN 1 ROOF. This system was requested for routine use by BICC subsequent to Bahamas Building Code (BBC)Read More

Example of 10-kW rooftop of Sun2 Sunflare panels that are simply stuck to the roof using industrial strength sticky-back tape. Total cost including standing seam metal roof was approximately $28,000.

You down with BIPV? Here’s a rundown of today’s solar shingle contenders

June 27, 2019 at 8:00 am 2 comments

This is a continuation of installment III in our Countdown to 2020 series, “Would you like solar with that?”. Will more solar being installed during new construction or roof replacement hasten the shift to solar shingles or other building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) innovations? Tesla’s solar shingles are still mostly a myth,Read More

The 3 IN 1 integrated solar roof passes UL 1703 testing

The 3 IN 1 integrated solar roof passes UL 1703 testing

May 22, 2019 at 8:34 am 1 comment

One of the more intriguing integrated solar roof systems, the 3 IN 1, just completed a test plan for UL 1703 approval and is waiting its certified paperwork. UL 1703 is a mandated group of tests every high-energy output solar product must pass in order to be rightfully certified andRead More

SunSpark to be the main solar module manufacturer for the 3 In 1 Roof solar system

SunSpark to be the main solar module manufacturer for the 3 In 1 Roof solar system

January 21, 2019 at 8:23 am Comments are Disabled

The 3 In 1 Roof solar integrated roofing system is reaming with SunSpark Technology Inc. as their module manufacturer for all introductory sales and installations. Although their name is new in North America, it’s not new to the solar industry. SunSpark’s parent company Yiheng Science & Technology Ltd. is basedRead More