Solar roof solutions

Solarwise Group has a wide range of solar roof solutions:

We can supply both monocrystalline and polycrystalline. 

What is the difference between solar panels and in grading?


Monocrystalline solar panels 

 Are made from a single source of silica. This makes monocrystalline solar panels more expensive. When space is an issue it would be better to use monocrystalline solar panels as less panels are required 

Polycrystalline solar panels

Are made from multiple sources of silica, thus making polycrystalline solar panels cheaper. The downside of this is that you will require more polycrystalline solar panels to achieve the efficiency of a monocrystalline solar panel.


Flexible solar panels

Flexible solar panel solrwise group

As the names states this is a flexible solar panel. Eventhough these panels are less efficient than the polycrystalline, they are great when using them on surfaces are curved. 


Solar film

The above film has been placed on top of a glass Pogoda roof, providing shading as well as generating energy from the sun.

There are also solar film which provides less shading and in turn absorbs less sunlight.


Flexible film

This flexible film is still translucent enough not to obstruct viewing but is less efficient in converting sunlight to solar energy.

Solarwise Group is happy to discuss potential solutions for your individual requirements - contact us for discuss this further.