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At ElectroFix we now also represent the Swiss panels by PRAMAC. PRAMAC Group holds 35 companies in over 20 countries and produce next generation, Photovoltaic modules based on “thin Mircromorph film”. Using the most recent technologies these products are the most efficient thin film modules in the sector providing maximum efficiency at the lowest possible expense.
These modules are particularly suited to the Maltese climate as they are more heat resistant than crystalline modules. Temperature affects module efficiency, in fact, for every degree above 25°C ambient temperature, efficiency decreases by 0.5% on crystalline modules and by 0.2% on thin-film modules.
The frameless Pramac panels also offer the possibility for architectural integration of panels into a building’s physical structure.
Benefits of Pramac’s thin-film modules are:
most efficient thin film modules in the sector
heat resistant heat does not affect performance
performs also when cloudy and shady
high performance even when installed at an angle of 0°
perfectly suitable for building integration
supplied framed or frame-less
faster return on investment
carries SALT MIST CORROSION certification
Make use of more daylight hours (begin producing energy earlier in the morning and end later in the evening)
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Invest in a the official No. 1 panel for the Mediterranean..
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An Anti-Dumping Duty will be introduced on Chinese panels – those manufactured or originating from China.
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