170 SolTech ShingEl-panels that constitute the previously announced nearly 6.4 kW (6,400 Watt) solar energy installation are now mounted on a semi-detached house in the environmentally profiled Vallastaden in Linköping.
To the considerable satisfaction of Myresjöhus, this solar energy roofing has now been installed thanks to the skilled efforts of their own technicians, roof-layers and electricians, who carried out the roof’s assembly in accord with the product concept. On-site during this vital first installation was Anna Svensson, the product’s owner and developer, to ensure that all went according to plan.
Frederic Telander, CEO, comments:
“By combining solar energy with modern hot-water pump technology we are striving to meet the goal of energy-neutral housing, meaning houses that will not require supplementary additions of energy from a central electrical network on an annual basis. What is clearly stimulating about this installation site is the potential of this first order. Myresjöhus and Smålandsvillan, which are included in the same concern, have together built 1,000 single family houses, representing a market share of circa 16,5 %.”
Stefan Eklund, Product Manager for Myresjöhus, comments:
”We think that the solar cells integrated very well with the roof. It’s clearly smart and, in addition, carrying out the installation itself is actually quite simple, once you get started. If the outcome goes well, we see this as an interesting solution for the future.”
For more information, please contact:
Frederic Telander, CEO SolTech Energy Sweden AB (publ) Tel; 08-441 88 46.
SolTech ShingEl is a unique combination of traditional roofing and electrical provision from the sun. The product is fully compatible with the flat concrete shingle, Carisma, from Benders, and can easily replace any desired number of Carisma shingles to create a roof that at the same time generates electricity.
SolTech Energy in brief
SolTech Energy develops and sells a solar energy system based on research carried out over several years at Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH- Royal Institute of Technology). The system is a part of a building’s outer shell; specifically, roofs and/or walls formed of glass (panels or glass plates) that function as both weather protection and sun-catchers for the production of heat, hot water and electricity. The assortment of suitable glass also includes unique thin-film solar cells in black and/or semi-transparent glass – or as isolated glass modules in various sizes and formats that promote integration with a building’s outer shell.
SolTech Energy Sweden AB (publ.) is traded on First North at Nasdaq Stockholm, under the symbol “SOLT”. Included in the concern are its jointly owned (51%) subsidiaries Advanced SolTech Sweden AB (publ.) ASAB, and Advanced SolTech Renewable Energy, Hangzhou Inc. (ASRE), as well as its wholly owned subsidiary Wasa Rör T Mickelsson AB. The company’s Certified Advisor is G&W Fondkommission (securities broker). For more information see: www.soltechenergy.com