New solar panel system from Wienerberger

New PV solar panel system set for Spring launch

  • 14 Mar 2016

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Wienerberger has announced the launch of its new remotely monitored PV solar panel system, which will be on the market this April.

Developed as a sustainable building solution, the new solar system will be available in three models: Deluxe, Performance and Basic. Appealing to specifiers with different price points, it has been designed for use by self-builders, Housing Associations and national housebuilders alike.

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Fully designed, supplied and installed by Wienerberger, all versions of the solar panel system are subject to a 10 year warranty, as well as advice and remote monitoring via web technology.

Wienerberger has also devised a five-year kWh performance cashback guarantee.

The company will provide all post-installation support, in partnership with solar power systems supplier, Autarco, and solar PV system installer, Ecocommercial.

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