ECOMESH is capable of producing electricity and heat simultaneously, thus achieving higher electrical and thermal output per square meter than the two conventional technologies separately.
Conventional photovoltaic panels only exploit 15% of the sunlight they receive, 5% is reflected and the remaining 80% is lost in the front and back panel. A hybrid panel recovers heat loss from the back side, 40%. Unlike conventional hybrids, the hybrid solar panel ECOMESH recovers the heat lost through the front side, 40%, thus achieving maximum efficiency. The use of ECOMESH solar technology is the ideal proposition to achieve important savings in energy consumption. In addition, it contributes to reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere significantly. Buildings with a captation area limited, the hybrid solar panels make a solar installation possible as they provides electricity and heat simultaneously. Buildings where hybrid solar panel ECOMESH is a suitable solution include: hotels, residential houses, sport centres, hospitals, car wash, nursing homes and single-family houses.
- •Increase of electricity production by 15%.
- •Reduction of collection surface by 40%.
- •Economic savings with ECOMESH are doubled compared to separate photovoltaic and thermal installations.
50820 Zaragoza, España
SDG's of Application
SDG's of Application
- Medium and large scale commercialization
- Small scale commercialization
- Initial market commercialization
- Prototype testing in the real world
- Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab
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