Intersolar Europe 2011: Inventux presents new module series and expanded system range
Naturally micromorph: Micromorph thin film is the clean solar technology of the future - Inventux shows why (Hall A2, Stand 480)(PresseBox) (Berlin, )
Micromorph thin film is the clean solar technology of the future - Inventux's motto for this year's trade fair stand. The goal is to put the spotlight on the sustainability of the technology and, in the same context, emphasise the cost-saving potential via other innovations in the system field. At the trade fair, Inventux will show the full impact of the environmentally-friendly aspects of the technology, such as the smallest CO2 footprint, lower energy payback periods, and a complete elimination of toxic substances.
New generation of modules
In three so-called product worlds, Inventux will present its enhanced product range at Intersolar. The largest section is dedicated to the latest generation of X-Series MICROMORPH modules. Distinguished by their positive tolerance and a significant boost in performance, considerable yield increases are also achieved thanks to a reduction in edge stripping, and thus a larger effective surface area, as well as the use of white reflector film. By avoiding the use of toxic and harmful substances, the latest module series voluntarily complies with the European Union's RoHS Directive.
First introduced as a prototype at Intersolar 2010, Inventux can already look back on a unique success story with fiXflat - the innovative mounting solution for flat roofs. fiXflat is also nominated this year for the Intersolar Award. Inventux has already made the TOP 10 in the photovoltaics category for the second time.
This year marks the first time that all the various fiXflat applications will be on display, including a matching wind deflector accessory that further minimises wind loading on the flat roof system. Inventux is also presenting its own aluminium mounting system for rooftop systems.
Inventux will be showcasing its iX-Series of inverters for safe grid connections, two series of galvanically isolated inverters in the one to three-figure kWp sector
To reduce system costs constantly, Inventux is currently developing a solution which can also combine micromorph solar systems with in-house developed transformerless inverters. A prototype version will be presented at our stand.
Partners of the Sun
The beginning of April saw the launch of a new solar initiative for professional installers in Germany, "Partners of the Sun - Connected by Inventux", which forms another core element of Inventux's stand at the fair. Partners of the Sun is an initiative for bringing together those interested in photovoltaics with qualified installation companies in a targeted and individualised manner.