A commercial solar roof refers to the use of an idle factory roof installation for a PV power generation system for use, while providing surplus energy for additional household income. It will not only reduce fossil energy consumption while cutting emissions, but also make full use of idle resources and bring economic benefits to the factory. Hanergy actively responds to the country's policy on distributed power generation and makes full use of its strong brand influence,decentralized investment and trading platform to provide business owners with comprehensive one-stop green energy solutions including funding, energy consulting, product supply, system design, installation, operation and maintenance and after-sale service, bringing economic and environmental benefits for all.More
In line with international and domestic standards, and having passed reliability testing by a variety of authoritative product certification agencies.
Hanergy's PV modules adopt a double-glass structure, passing a series of tests related to strict mechanical properties.
Able to work under extreme temperatures
The products won't turn yellow under strong UV irradiation and can significantly reduce UV light transmittance.
Significant anti-hot spot effect under shadowing. Effectively avoid module failures under maintenance-free conditions.
The natural double-glass structure of the thin-film components is highly fireproof and can effectively avoid the risk of fire.
The double-glass structure of Hanergy modules can effectively avoid damage by salt mist, ammonia and other corrosive gases, thereby extending service life.
As the temperature increases, temperature loss is only half of that seen in conventional modules, and more electricity is generated under a high-temperature environment.
Hanergy's modules have much better performance than conventional modules in absorbing long waves and short waves within visible light and can generate more electricity under low light, such as during cloudy days, in the morning and evening, thereby improving system stability in power generation.
Thin-film modules have a lower temperature coefficient than crystalline silicon modules. When installed on a rooftop, especially under a small installation angle with unfavorable heat dissipation conditions, thin-film modules have better power output performance.
Thin-film modules have an advantage under lowlight. In the case of weak sunlight, such as in the morning, evening and on rainy days, due to a higher light absorption coefficient, the electricity output of thin-film cells is obviously higher than that of the crystalline silicon modules, especially when installation is not at the most optimum angle.