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Red photovoltaic modules: all information on performance, installation, manufacturers and characteristics of red solar panels, the ideal solution in case of installation of a solar system in areas subject to historical, landscape or environmental constraints.
Solar roof and historical, landscape or environmental constraints
What if a consumer wants to install asolar roofin the heart of the historic center or in a place of high landscape value? It happens that it needs theclearanceissued bysuperintendence of cultural heritage. The Superintendency does not always issue the installation permit, so, in this context, to increase the chances of receiving the authorization, the consumer can decide to rely on integrated photovoltaics orred photovoltaic modules. The integrated photovoltaic roof becomes a partimplementedin building roofing, it is generally aboutsolar roof tiles, an aesthetically pleasing solution, compatible with landscape constraints but very expensive. A good alternative to photovoltaic tiles is given byred solar modules. Other possibilities for integrating photovoltaics in areas of high historical value include the adoption of photovoltaic tiles, photovoltaic roofing or photovoltaic glass ceramic bricks.
In this page we will see what are the performances achieved with the choice ofred photovoltaic panel, while to deepen the issues touched upon in this paragraph dedicated to historical constraints, we refer you to the articles:
- – landscape clearance for photovoltaics
- – integrated photovoltaic
- – photovoltaic tiles, prices and characteristics
Red photovoltaic modules
THEred photovoltaic panelsare characterized byPhotovoltaic cellsable to blend in with the red color typical of terracotta tiles. Do not expect a harmonious integration like that offered by integrated roofing such as photovoltaic tiles, however the aesthetic impact is not as striking as a classic solar panel.
Despite the difference with photovoltaic tiles, ired solar panelscan benefit fromincentivesdedicated tointegrated photovoltaic roofs.
On the market there are red photovoltaic modules of different powers; to give you some concrete examples let's examine the lineREDof the Azimut company which offers a 230 Wp power red panel and a 250 Wp red photovoltaic panel. As always happens in terms ofphotovoltaic modules, the available formats vary according to the power: the 230 Wp model measures 99 x 165 cm and is made up of 60 polycrystalline 156 × 156 mm solar cells. The 250 Wp model is slightly larger, measuring 99 cm x 180 cm and is made up of 66 polycrystalline cells, always 156 × 156 mm.
When choosing the red solar panels (or any other solar module) find out about the load capacity and resistance in case of snow or hail and about the yield as a function of time: solar panels tend to lose efficiency over the years. In terms of resistance, the Red line presents an ultra-resistant sheet with a thickness of only 4 mm able to protect the system even from a snow load equal to 5400 Pa. Speaking of yield, during the first year of operation the modules red photovoltaics produced by the Italian company Azimut are able to offer 100% yield, after the first year it goes to 97% and 90% after the first 15 years of operation. The yield drops to 80% after 30 years of production.
The Azumut company is only one of the many to offer red photovoltaic modules, to report another there is theSPSistem Srl with the Tile Red line withbrick red solar panelswith a power of 250 wp. Also in this case the modules have an ultra-resistant protective sheet (resistant to snow, hail, saline fog ...) and are made with fire-resistant materials.
As for the installation, ared solar panelit follows the same principle as the classic solar modules: it must be mounted on suitable supports or in any case be well welded to the roof. We remind you that when the roof has pitched roofs, only one pitch can accommodate a system. The side of the roof most exposed to the sun is chosen.