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An optimal lightweight alternative to glass-glass modules: BISOL Bifacial

BISOL Bifacial modules represent a useful and durable solution that offers the possibility to produce bifacial gain.

When exploring the market of glass-glass modules, a great alternative comes to mind: it is lightweight, extremely durable, and simple to handle, while offering extreme power gains. Let’s get to know more about BISOL Bifacial solar modules.

Weight is a significant factor where BISOL Bifacial modules show their strength. BISOL Bifacial module's lighter weight originates from using only one layer of glass and a highly durable transparent backsheet on the back side. The module’s design simplifies the installation process, reducing the strain on mounting structures and allowing for easier and safer handling.

Furthermore, the reduced weight of BISOL Bifacial PV modules contributes to cost savings. The lighter modules require less robust mounting systems and structural supports, reducing material costs and labour requirements. Additionally, the lower transportation costs associated with lighter modules can contribute to overall project affordability.

BISOL Bifacial modules incorporate a tempered 3.2 mm glass on its front side, while the glass-glass modules utilize a heat-strengthened 2.0 mm glass or even less. The tempered glass offers superior impact strength, providing the BISOL Bifacial module with a lower risk profile when deployed in regions susceptible to severe weather conditions like hail.

To enhance the best UV resistance on the market, BISOL Bifacial PV modules incorporate a top-notch backsheet, ensuring long-term efficiency and durability.

In environments where salt or alkali content is present, such as coastal areas or regions with high soil salinity, corrosion or damage on many solar products can be experienced. BISOL Bifacial modules employ materials and protective measures that enhance its resistance to saline-alkali conditions, making it the most suitable choice for installations in such challenging environments currently on the market.

When it comes to cleaning, BISOL Bifacial module's design with transparent backsheet on the rear side simplifies the cleaning process, as it requires only one surface to be cleaned while still producing power from both sides of the module.

Finally, according to many independent publicly available researches, it's worth noting that the modules using transparent backsheet instead of double glass layer slightly outperforms in terms of energy generation. The higher power generation of the transparent backsheet originates from the lower operating temperature. This topic brings us back to cost savings. We install solar power plants not only to save the environment, but also to save money. The equation is simple: the more it produces, the more we save.

In summary, BISOL Bifacial modules represent a useful and durable solution for many environments that offer the possibility to produce bifacial gain from the rear side of the module, and therefore additional power.


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