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Emirates Insolaire sees substantial sales enquiries at Intersolar Europe

Emirates Insolaire received several enquiries for its sustainable, energy-efficient coloured solar panel technology, at the Intersolar Europe exhibition, held between 31 May and 2 June, 2017 at Munich, Germany

The demand for photovoltaics is expected to grow to nearly 392 GW this year.
The demand for photovoltaics is expected to grow to nearly 392 GW this year.

Emirates Insolaire received several enquiries for its sustainable, energy-efficient coloured solar panel technology, at the Intersolar Europe exhibition, held between 31 May and 2 June, 2017 at Munich, Germany.

Emirates Insolaire, which offers the world’s first Kromatix coloured solar panels technology, generated a lot of enquiries for photovoltaic modules from consultants, architects, entrepreneurs, and photovoltaic manufacturers during the exhibition.

Over 1,200 exhibitors and 40,000 trade visitors attended the exhibition.

The company claims that the Emirates Insolaire booth was one of the most visited at the fair, and the Kromatix technology is now established worldwide as reference for beauty, high efficiency, and durability for Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV). This comes amidst booming global photovoltaics market.

According to the latest research by industry experts, the demand for photovoltaics is expected to grow to nearly 392 GW this year, which would mean a doubling of the global PV market since 2014. Globally, there was nearly 306 GW of solar power capacity in 2016, up from around 50GW in 2010 and virtually nothing at the turn of the millennium.

Rafic Hanbali, managing partner of Emirates Insolaire, said: “The solar PV industry has reached a critical tipping point, with end-market demand hitting record levels. Emirates Insolaire has completed installation of Kromatix solar PV modules in several locations in the world, including Lausanne, Basel, Leysin, Austria, Copenhagen, Germany etc. The company is making significant inroads in Europe and the Gulf. With Emirates Insolaire, it is possible to have energy-elegant dress on every house and building, bringing an important relief to planet Earth.”

Each photovoltaic module of Emirates Insolaire is capable of generating 170 to 190 watts per m2 for roof or 110 to 130 watts per m2 for facades. Emirates Insolaire’s coloured solar panels and photovoltaic modules enhance the design of any building and can be easily integrated to any façade or roof.

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