From pv journal Germany

Meyer Burger and German PV product distributor Magog introduced a distribution settlement for Meyer Burger Slate, a brand new model of Meyer Burger Tiles that the Swiss-based heterojunction photo voltaic module producer unveiled final yr.

Beginning in August, the businesses will supply slate-gray photovoltaic roof coverings in Europe. They characteristic housings made from powder-coated aluminum, particular glass, and Meyer Burger’s heterojunction photo voltaic cells with SmartWire expertise. The ultimate meeting is completed by a European associate. This product variant permits for the mixing of PV techniques into sloping slate roofs.

“The brand new ‘Meyer Burger Slate – Magog Schiefer Version’ is characterised by a excessive power yield and is simple to deploy and preserve for installers,” stated Georg Guntermann, managing associate of Magog. “Meyer Burger’s new product in slate grey harmonizes with the slate roof and could be seamlessly built-in into the constructing via using glare-free, structural photo voltaic glass.”

Magog and Meyer Burger are at the moment utilizing the product in pilot initiatives.

“Within the spirit of a complete switch of power, this small type and aesthetic photo voltaic roof tile with a uniform grey look matches slate roofs and thus additionally makes potential the switch of power for the listed buildings,” says Frank Hötzsch, a division supervisor at Meyer Burger.

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