is launching a new solar module in June. The polycrystalline Soleos 250P module is manufactured in Europe. It has a rated output of 250 watts and a module efficiency of 14.94 per cent. It thus produces more output and has a greater degree of efficiency than its predecessors.
This new module will be shown for the first time at the Soleos Solar exhibition stand at Intersolar Europe, and will then be distributed by Soleos Solar company headquarters in Germany, through subsidiaries in France, Greece and Spain and through Soleos partners worldwide.
Soleos only uses European-made components in the manufacture of the SOLEOS 250P modules. By using SOLEOS 250P modules, French investors profit from a 10-per cent bonus on their PV systems.
Thanks to a specially toughened front glass and increasing the thickness from 3.2 to 4 millimetres, the solar cells of the new module are optimally protected against difficult weather conditions. Soleos 250P can withstand snow loads of up to 5400 Pascal and wind loads of up to 2400 Pascal and is also suitable for horizontal installation.
“Our solar modules are particularly robust and have the highest possible certificates and approvals, which is why we can give our customers especially high product and performance guarantees”, explains David Mabille, managing director of Soleos Solar. For the first ten years, the company guarantees its customers at least 90 per cent of the performance and gives them a ten-year product guarantee. The performance guarantee is 80 per cent up to the 25th year. All the company’s solar modules are tested by TÜV Nord for adherence to the international IEC 61215 and IEC 61730 norms.