Siliken created the energyBox photovoltaic system design for installation on residential rooftops. The product’s modularity and flexibility facilitate the design and configuration of installations for any type of roof, without the need for component adaptations.
March 7, 2011 — Siliken created the energyBox photovoltaic (PV) system design for installation on residential rooftops. The product’s modularity and flexibility facilitate the design and configuration of installations for any type of roof, without the need for component adaptations.
energyBox allows installers to adjust the photovoltaic installation to the specific conditions of each rooftop. The kit comes in groups of 2 or 3 modules to form packs of 9, 12, 13, 16, 18, 24 or 48 modules, covering powers ranging from 2 to 11.5KWp. This system is also scalable; rooftop installations of any size can be created by connecting several energyBox kits together. The energyBox includes modules, structure, inverters and electrical components (DC/AC connection boxes, cables and connectors). All of the elements have been selected to ensure high performance levels. Its mechanical resistance meets the requirements of the local standards in force in the country of installation.
Siliken is an international company that focuses its activities on the development of solutions for the renewable energy sector and the field of photovoltaic solar energy in particular. Siliken’s activities range from the production of solar grade silicon through to the manufacture of equipment and components, as well as promotion, maintenance and after-sales services for photovoltaic installations. Learn more at www.siliken.com