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BISOL Premiered 5 Bus-bar PV Modules At Intersolar Europe
- Published: Tuesday, 06 June 2017 07:32
BISOL Group re entered the Intersolar trade fair in Munich with a premiere of its 5 bus bar PV modules, accompanied by BISOL’s full range of high powered poly- and monocrystalline PV modules together with practical and attractive mounting solutions.
At the Intersolar Europe trade fair, which will took place in Munich from May 31 until June 2, BISOL’s primary focus was on high powered 295 Wp and 300 Wp monocrystalline PV modules. With excellent module efficiency and long term performance, they are ideal for size restricted domestic rooftops and other installations. Offering strictly positive tolerances they assure the highest possible energy yields. Exhibiting its other niche series, such as BISOL Spectrum and BISOL Lumina, the manufacturer provides endless possibilities for harvesting solar energy, where customers no longer have to choose between aesthetics, architectural restraints and efficiency.
The top European solar producer is also developing industry leading mounting solutions, which are suitable for any type of roof or ground-mounted PV installation. A wide selection of aluminium structures, UV resistant HDPE solutions and other mounting accessories suit each specific need and contribute to long term performance of solar PV systems. At the trade fair BISOL presented its best flat roof sellers – BISOL EasyMount HDPE Base 200 and BISOL EasyMount ALU Base mounting solutions.
Technological advancements, cost competitiveness, supreme aesthetic appearance and striving for higher energy yields has been BISOL’s guiding focus for more than 10 years. Dr Uroš Merc, CEO of BISOL Group, highlighted the fair as an "opportunity to present BISOL as it has never been before – as a top European producer of PV modules, mounting solutions and other solar products, that stands behind indisputable quality and reliability, customer-oriented services and a continuous drive for technological innovations".