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Vertical modules (90 tilt angle)

The productivity peak (Pmax) for 90-angle installations varies from 255 Wp (small size) to 390 Wp (standard size):

  • More balanced profile throughout the year;
  • Daily profile in the morning and evening.

Vertical installations

  • Higher energy in winter;
  • Easier maintenance;
  • Less damage by hail;
  • Last longer in time.

Butterfly modules (15-30 tilt angle)

The productivity peak (Pmax) for 15-30 angle installations varies from 330 Wp to 390 Wp (depending on the type of material):

  • More productivity in summer;
  • Daily profile mainly at lunchtime.

Butterfly installations

  • Low production in winter;
  • Affected by snow and sand;
  • Require more maintenance;
  • Higher exposure to hail damage.

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Pros and Cons

Vertical Installations are solutions for:

  • Producing energy at the right time;
  • Saving money on energy storage;
  • Safety for collective protection;
  • Spreading urban farming;
  • Boosting biodiversity;
  • Reducing land use.

It is possible to combine food production and solar modules or use free space between modules for recreative purposes. Choose if you prefer to see more diversity of plants on your green roof or if you want to grow vegetables in your small garden on the roof. Decide what you want!

They can be utilised like safety installations on the roof for collective protection and they are much easier for maintenance.

They can save space in cities on advertising and billboards.

They are smart solutions that will reduce the use of land, energy, resources and the overall footprint of cities.

Cons of vertical Installations:

  • Lower energy profile throughout the year

Butterfly installations have other pros:

  • Higher energy yield in the same space throughout the year;
  • Spreading urban farming if installed on higher levels;
  • Protecting shade-loving plants from sun damage.

They have a higher energy profile throughout the year but don’t save a lot of space on the roof. Instead, they can be uplifted to free space on the ground for agricultural purposes and activity.

They are good at providing shadows for plants or crops, protecting them from excessive sun radiation. This helps spread biodiversity on the roof or produce higher crop yields in agriculture.

They can be cut from the grid when it is overloaded — negative price during the midtime.

Cons of vertical Installations:

  • The energy profile is not evenly distributed throughout the day and year;
  • The danger of peak shaving.

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We offer installations with heterojunction (HTJ) that are more productive than the first-generation monocrystalline silicon cells. Bifacial panels with HTJ have higher energy efficiency than the first-generation monocrystalline silicon cells.

Waffers with HTJ coverage attract more sun radiation and reach the energy production up to 90-95% of effciency, instead without HTJ the energy peak is maximum till 70-75%.

At the moment this technology is the best available innovation for the vertical bifacial PV installations; with HTJ they are the most efficient on the back side!