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Stylish and solid
Designer roof with integrated solar panels

The new Lindab SolarRoof is the classic quality roof from Lindab, which is equipped with a discreet solar panel with impressive performance. It’s a sheet metal roof and a new type of integrated solar panel in one and the same product.

 

 

 

Solar panels – a sustainable investment

Solar panels mean great opportunities for both your building and the climate in general. Taking advantage of the sunrays and converting them into energy is a very climate-smart solution. Solar panels are the future and can be seen on roofs, fields and mobile devices almost everywhere we turn.

Investing in solar panels is great both for your wallet and for our planet. After a one-time fee for installation and procurement of panels, you can expect to earn this money back. The payback time and profitability of your solar panels are of course affected by future electricity prices, taxes and subsidies. But what is clear is that you secure part of your electricity use and, in addition, the value of your property will most likely increase. In due course, your investment is repaid. Solar panels are becoming more and more common and are for many a given feature of the house.

 

How solar panels work 

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Solar panels consist of solar cells that capture sunlight and convert this into direct current.

 

2.pngAn optimizer ensures that the solar panels produce at an optimal level at all times through something called MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking), each optimizer is connected to two solar panels.

 

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An inverter converts the direct current from the solar panels into alternating current which can, for example, be used to power various appliances or charge electric cars.

 

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The electricity meter is used to measure which electricity you produce and sell to the electrical grid and to measure which electricity is bought and consumed by the household.

 

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All electricity that is not consumed by the household is sent to the electrical grid and can then be used by someone else nearby instead of the electricity company having to send electricity over long distances.

 

Frequently asked questions