Solarwatt installs 10m solar panels across Europe

Solarwatt installs 10m solar panels across Europe

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By Nick Flaherty

German solar panel maker Solarwatt has installed its 10 millionth panel on a house in the UK.

The company, based in Dresden, has installed over 600,000 glass-glass photovoltaic systems in Europe in the last 25 years. Over 100,00 have been installed in the first half of 2023 alone.

Solarwatt employs 800 staff across Europe and has an established network of 8,500 solar professionals in more than ten European countries – including France, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, and Spain. 

The milestone 10,000.000th solar panel was installed by Solarwatt partner SOLARhome at a house in Horringer, Suffolk, UK.

The solar installation consists of an array of eighteen Panel vision glass-glass solar modules with an output of 7.2 kWp in total. The glass-glass panels’ solar cells are encapsulated on both sides with a robust glass pane, making them significantly more durable than conventional glass-foil solar panels. An associated smart energy management system enables homeowners to choose how they utilise their self-generated power to heat water or heat their homes or charge an electric vehicle.

“We offer premium-quality photovoltaic systems with which our customers not only take their energy supply into their own hands but also charge their electric car and control their heat supply. Sector coupling is becoming increasingly important not only in Germany but throughout Europe,” said Detlef Neuhaus, CEO of Solarwatt.

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