Nowadays, more and more companies and investors are trying to live in an ecologically more responsible way. Being ‘green’ and thinking is becoming more and more common. The use of fossil fuels will be increasingly replaced by renewable energy such as solar energy. The standard solar panels are being developed further and further and are growing in quality and yield. The solar energy market will not only improve and deepen the current products, but will of course also look for solutions in width.

A beautiful product that is gradually becoming more and more in demand is a flexible solar panel. For example, a panel that is constructed in such a way that it consists of several flexible layers of which the top layer is a photovoltaic membrane. The other layers are strong and waterproof and ensure an optimal function of the upper layer.

The advantages of a flexible solar panel are many. A flexible solar panel is many times lighter in weight than a normal one. A roof structure may therefore have a lower load-bearing capacity, while panels can still be placed on it. The panel is easy to install and install. Due to its flexibility, the panel can also be placed on hollow or convex substrates and therefore has considerably more placement possibilities than a normal fixed panel. A flexible solar panel has no glass that can break, is UV-proof and is not sensitive to wind or hail.

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