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Latest Products Showcased At World Future Energy Summit
January 23, 2012 - Sharp Middle East increased its solar energy portfolio in the region, introducing its latest frameless solar panels at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi, promising a product that delivers greater efficiency over existing panels.
Sharp has used its 53 years of solar panel innovation to develop this latest product, which offers reduced energy loss due to lower dust coating than traditional frame-equipped panels. The units make use of Sharp’s thin-film silicon technology, which the company has been working on for 32 years, however it is the unique frameless design which helps to reduce the dust layer and water penetration into the panel which increases energy loss in traditional solar units.
With 2012 designated as the ‘International Year of Sustainable Energy for All’, an initiative driven by the United Nations General Assembly which Sharp has pledged its support to, the introduction of products which can be deployed in many applications is significant. The World Future Energy Summit provided the ideal platform to demonstrate these ways in which solar can be brought to everyone, with Sharp’s latest line-up announced at WFES also bolstered by application based package solutions which provide complete systems. read more>>>