Heliatek develops adhesive, flexible and lightweight solar panels

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By: Inspenet, December 14, 2022.

The company Heliatek develops Heliasol, solar panels that are only 2 mm thick, which easily adhere to the structure in a very short time and allow the use of sunlight.

They are flexible sheets, light and easy to install as adhesives, which allow their adaptation to different environments and are not limited to complex and heavy structures to be placed on roofs. It includes a junction box that occupies less than 2 cm to communicate the plates with the cables that carry the generated energy to the home without the need for extra equipment.

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You just have to prepare the surface on which you want to stick the sheets, leaving it smooth and without imperfections, remove the adhesive from the sticker, and adhere it to the surface.

These panels, designed by Heliatek, are plates made from plastic sheets, protected with a top layer of encapsulation to protect them from external agents. In addition, it includes an adhesive to fix it easily.

According to the company, this development is more sustainable than conventional silicon or lignite-based plates and they are also lighter, weighing less than 2 kilograms per square meter compared to more than 20 kilograms per square meter for a traditional plate. .