Borg Energy | Latest Solar Panel Technologies

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Borg Energy | Latest Solar Panel Technologies

Read on with Borg Energy to find out more about the exciting new solar panel technologies.

According to experts of Borg Energy, here are now several exciting new solar panel technologies either in the pipeline or already on the market. These promising technologies will revolutionize the way we think about not just solar, but energy production in general.

Read on with Borg Energy to find out more about the exciting new solar panel technologies.

1. Floating Solar Farms or Floatovoltaics

According to experts of Borg Energy, if photovoltaic panels are placed on reservoirs and other water bodies, they offer even greater efficiency as well as a plethora of other benefits.

Floatovoltaics are photovoltaic solar power systems created for floating on reservoirs, dams, and other water bodies. Floating solar farms can generate huge amounts of electricity without using valuable land or real estate. The installation costs of floating photovoltaic panels are less than land-based photovoltaic panels.

2. BIPV Solar Technology

Building-integrated photovoltaics, as the name suggests, seamlessly blend into building architecture in the form of roofs, canopies, curtain walls, facades, and skylight systems. Unlike traditional solar PV panels, BIPV can be aesthetically appealing rather than a compromise to a building’s design.

3 Solar Skins

Solar skins are a novel PV technology to integrate custom designs into solar panel systems. The solar skin technology is similar to the ad wraps displayed on bus windows says experts of Borg Energy.

4 Solar Fabric

Solar radiation is available all over the planet, so why not generate your own energy, wherever required? Imagine that besides producing solar power at a fixed location, you could also do it while on the move through your own clothing.

Originally Published: https://medium.com/borg-energy/new-solar-panel-technologies-f64e2ab94419