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Posted by s on December 31, 2005, 7:46 am
 

Does anyone have experiences with UNi-solar panels

Posted by =?iso-8859-1?Q?Roland_M=F6sl?= on December 31, 2005, 9:57 am
 

I think You could mean Uni-solar 3 layers amorph silicon

I have a 34 W peak foldable Uni-solar
2 kg and small enough for every backpack

Sorry, the page is not jet translated to English,
here is a link to the German version

http://notebook.pege.org/2005-photovoltaik

The good results at cloudy sky brought Uni Solar
to be under the top favorites for my planed
plus-energy-house

Maybe I will put 144 m Uni-Solar on the roof.


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Posted by Anthony Matonak on December 31, 2005, 1:07 pm
 Roland Msl wrote:

Here is a link to the Uni-Solars website in English.
http://www.uni-solar.com/interior.asp?id 3

Anthony

Posted by Ecnerwal on January 3, 2006, 4:59 pm
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Given their exceedingly high $/watt, (.vs. claims that they would be
cheap due to the manufacturing method), no. You need to have too much
money, or a desperate need for flexible panels for those to be a
non-insane option...

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Posted by s on January 4, 2006, 9:49 am
 

pity everyone sees only the price of these panels rather than actually
looking at the data and research papers supporting their benefits.  Try
comparing the real outputs of these panels at real operating temps (50
degrees C  or more in summer) and I bet they would surprise many people.
A 64w unisolar panel will perfrom at the samelevel as an 80w crystaline
panel. DOnt just look at the price when  looking for panels look at how
they perform at real operating temps.  If you look around  you can buy
these panels at good prices  check out. www.unisun.com.au

Cheers

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