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A co-generation photovoltaic station capable of producing both electric and thermal energy

February 2020
Gallery SEU 2/5 TDC 1
Gallery SEU 2/5 TDC 1


SEU 2/5 TDC can work efficiently in hot climate and produce twice as much of thermal energy in addition to the electric.

SEU 2/5 TDC [Thermal Dual Concentrated] solves several challenges such as efficient work of photovoltaic technology in hot climate: bi-focal photovoltaic modules have inbuilt coolant system, which prevents efficiency loss of silicon wafers due to temperature increase as a result of high ambient temperature. It has the ability to co-generate heat to be utilized jointly with electric energy produced. This co-generation photovoltaic station increases efficiency of photovoltaic modules due to their bi-focal construction of modules and ability of the station to follow the sun in polar coordinates during the day.

Label Date February 19, 2020
From Russia
Maturity stage Initial market commercialization
Looking For Industrial partners ; Financial partners

The environmental benefits

  • Compared to a a 5kW diesel unit it can save 3650 litres of diesel fuel every year

The Financial benefits

  • A unit of cost spent produces 2-3 times more energy, compared to conventional photovoltaic system
  • Cost of energy is estimated at 10-12 eurocents per kW/h.

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SOLEX-R and its affiliated companies (SUNEX UK LIMITED) are developing photovoltaic energy technologies.

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Headquarters Ryazan, Ryazan Oblast, Russia, 390010

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