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Mitrex releases their new solar roof panels

The distinguishing feature of Mitrex Solar Roof is that they mimic the popular roofing patterns.

December 16, 2021  by CM Staff

Solar roof Panels from Mitrex Integrated Solar Technology (CNW Group/Mitrex)

TORONTO — Mitrex Integrated Solar Technology, a manufacturer of patented Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV), announced the release of their Solar Roof panels. The distinguishing feature of Mitrex Solar Roof is that they mimic the popular roofing patterns. They also feature hidden and standard frame technology which allows visual integration with the non-solar roof sections and combines self-sufficient solar energy generation with architectural design.

These Roof panels come in four popular roofing patterns such as asphalt & slate designs, similar to the shingles available at Home Depot and other roofing suppliers. Unlike any other solar roof tiles or shingles the Mitrex Solar Roof Panels use a simple installation method. The solar cells are sandwiched underneath a customizable tempered glass facing layer and a hidden frame, which blends into the roof. An anti-soiling coating minimizes the accumulation of dust and dirt on the panels, purportedly making them maintenance-free.

The BIPV Industry is expected to grow formidably and dominate the market by 2027. Mitrex, being the premier producer of BIPV construction material, believes in developing the highest-quality solar building materials, leading to the reduction of carbon emissions & achieving net-zero goals.

Talking about the launch of their product, Mitrex CEO Danial Hadizadeh quoted, “Mitrex’s objective is to dive deep into new avenues in the BIPV industry by bringing a monumental shift through combining attractive design and embedded solar technology into building materials, making solar energy affordable and easy to adopt for every homeowner.”

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Mitrex Solar Roof panels are manufactured in North America at the Mitrex production facility. The nominal max power for Black Asphalt Mono Module is up to 300W and the maximum open-circuit voltage is up to 1000V whereas the Black Slate Mono Module produces up to 350W nominal max power and up to 1000V maximum open-circuit voltage, they measure 2035x1016mm (80×40 inches) respectively. The power temperature coefficient of the product is -0.36% per Celsius and comes in different customizable colors & patterns.


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