A PV system allows you to generate your own electricity or benefit from Feed in Tariffs issued by the local Government, while contributing to reduce CO2 emissions. Photovoltaics is a technology that can be applied and adopted to make use of available roof space or any open space that is exposed to the sun.
We supply a broad range of PV systems, including both monocrystalline and polycristalline solar panels in various output classes and produced by leading manufactures.
A PV System consists of three crucial parts.
The warranty structure ensures that the PV system is be fully covered during the term referred to as the payback period.
- 10-12 years (twice the requested period) manufacturer warranty
- 15-year manufacturer warranty on 90% of the nominal power
- 25-year manufacturer warranty on 85% of the nominal power
The soft-grip seam on the rear side of the anodised aluminium structure contributes to the excellent supporting and installation properties. The proven hollow frame construction gives the frame extra stability.
For flexible installation, the junction box is constructed in such a way that it does not project above the module frame. The installed diodes are not cast in place and this makes them easy to replace at any time.
The frame of the module is such that the panel can be used in any type of atmospheric conditions, even corrosive and salty conditions like that of Malta. The frame is covered by up to 12-year warranty – no other panel has this type of warranty. The frame warranty is crucial because if the frame fails, the panel fails as well. The cabling and the footstep-solid and sealable plug system are also extremely robust and offer excellent weather resistance (TUV, IP67).
How it Works
PV Systems can be installed in two ways:
An On-Grid setup means that the PV system is directly connected to the national electricity grid. There are also various options available on the market, which our technical personnel will suggest depending on the location where the system will be installed.
Such a system gives you a number of options. One could either sell all the electricity generated by the PV system to the electricity provider, or use the electricity generated by the PV system and sell off the excess electricity.
An Off-Grid setup is a system where the PV System is not connected to the national electricity grid. This setup is useful to power remote locations or machinery in a field. In such cases, the electricity generated is used to charge heavy-duty batteries in order to provide electricity all throughout the day.