Exhibits will include two thin-film module types, specially framed modules for roof-integrated installations and equipment for optimising private consumption.
aleo solar AG today announced that it will be showcasing some new additions to its product portfolio at Intersolar 2010, which takes place from 9 to 11 June in Munich. Exhibits will include two thin-film module types, specially framed modules for roof-integrated installations and equipment for optimising private consumption.
aleo solar AG will be marketing two thin-film module types in the future: The Bosch µm-Si solar module is based on amorphous and microcrystalline silicon (multijunction cells). Its good weak light performance makes the solar module suitable for east-/west-facing or slightly sloping roofs. The Bosch CIS solar module measures 120 x 50 centimetres and thus offers a wide range of design options – both on roofs and facades.
Following their success on the French market, aleo solar will now also be offering Solrif modules in countries throughout Europe. The modules, which are framed with custom aluminium profiles, are ideal for roof-integrated solar installations and can replace traditional roofing materials.
also solar offers two solutions to optimise private consumption, which will be more heavily subsidised in Germany from 1 July. The Solar-Log 1000 makes it simple to track power generation and usage, while also controlling appliances directly. Up to four “intelligent sockets” can be programmed independently of one another. The monitoring unit for photovoltaic plants offers a wide range of functions and is especially suitable for bigger installations. For smaller installations, the “aleo_e_ampel” provides a simple visual readout to help optimise private consumption.
“With our expanded product portfolio, we can offer solutions to match any location and any requirements”, explains Norbert Schlesiger, chief sales officer (CSO) and member of the management board at aleo solar. Authorised aleo dealers can source complete solar systems from one supplier. This ensures that all of the components in a photovoltaic system complement each other perfectly.