Dubai’s coloured solar panel tech gets strong response at global event

Dubai Investments has announced that its joint venture Emirates Insolaire the sustainable, energy-efficient coloured solar panel technology has received positive response from international players.

The technology is currently being exhibited at the Intersolar Europe exhibition, a global solar exhibition.

Emirates Insolaire, Dubai Investments’ joint venture with SwissINSO Holding, which offers the world’s-first Kromatix coloured solar panels technology, generated a lot of enquiries for building integrated photovoltaic modules from consultants, architects, entrepreneurs and photovoltaic manufacturers at the recent exhibition in Munich, Germany. Over 800 exhibitors and 50,000 trade visitors attended.

According to industry reports, 2017 marked a milestone for the Photovoltaics industry. For the first time, the solar capacity installed around the world exceeded 100 gigawatts [GW]. Industry experts anticipate deployment to reach as much as 110 GW in 2018 alone.

Rafic Hanbali, Managing Partner of Emirates Insolaire, said, “The solar PV industry is booming with end-market demand hitting record levels. The Kromatix solar glass is expected to become a rage, with a number of projects completed in Europe and new ones expected soon.”

Reinforcing the surging demand for Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) across the globe, the Kromatix technology is now established worldwide as reference for beauty, high efficiency and durability for BIPV.

“Each photovoltaic module of Emirates Insolaire is capable of generating 170 to 190 watts per square metre for roof or 110 to 150 watts per square metre for facades. The company has already completed projects in Switzerland, Brazil, Denmark, Sweden, Austria and Germany, and is completing the first five projects in the UAE.”

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