Hanergy Thin Film Power Group announced that its US-based subsidiary, MiaSolé has finished Europe’s biggest flexible modules solar project in a Dutch city, Den Bosch, recently.
As part of this ground-breaking project, 418 lightweight MiaSolé flexible modules were installed on the roof of Maaspoort Sports Center, a large sports complex, realizing approx. 125 MHh of clean energy per year.
Further, on the science of the project, these 418 flexible solar modules, each measuring 2.6m x 1m, were agglutinated to the Evalon roof. Evalon happens to be very environment-friendly and long lasting (up to 40 years) roof membrane which is more suitable for PV solar modules compared to other roofing materials.
MiaSolé’s FLEX-02W 370W modules weight approximately 3kg per square meter, compared to traditional crystalline silicon solar modules weight approximately 18kg per square meter. The advantage of flexible module is that it can be agglutinated directly to the roof surface with no ballast.
Flexible modules are comparable to crystalline silicon components in terms of efficiency and output and are available in different lengths and widths.