• Production facilities that require heat
  • Energy producers
  • Industrial cleaning and laundry companies
  • Single- and multi-family buildings
  • Hotels and hospitals
  • Swimming pools

The additional thermal energy can be channeled into building services or used as a source of process heat in industry.

A soblue PVT Kollektor B Warmwasserspeicher C Wärmeenergie (z.B. Boiler, Heizung, Brauchwarmwasser) D Elektrische Energie (z.B. Verbraucher oder Batterie)

A · soblue PVT collector
B · Warm water storage tank
C · Thermal energy (e.g. boiler, heating, warm water)
D · Electrical energy (e.g. electrical appliances or batteries)

Our patented soblue solution is based on an extremely efficient concept that captures heat without using any harmful additives or resources. Glass, concrete and water are the main building blocks of the soblue system. The entire surface of photovoltaic panels is cooled, guaranteeing a higher energy yield than conventional PV panels. What’s more, the heat captured with this concept can be used as warm water for building services or a source of process heat in industry.

What makes us different?

Benefits of a soblue PVT

  • More electrical energy harvested
  • Thermal energy also utilized
  • Easy to install, integrated frame
  • Water without additives (optional with)

The stipulated yields were found under laboratory conditions (1.000 W/m2 irradiation, 25°C, Tcoll – Tamb = -10°C, wind 1.3 m/s, aperture area of 2.08 m2 ect.) Test series TÜV Rheinland report 21249234.003, 20th April 2020. Standard EN ISO 9806:2017

  PVT PV
Panels Glass/glass, 2 x 3.2 mm Glass/glass, 2 x 3.2 mm
Cells 72 monocrystalline, 156 x 156 mm 72 monocrystalline, 156 x 156 mm
Dimensions (W x L x H) 2,064 x 1,103 x 67 mm 1,998 x 1,036 x 7 mm
Weight 109 kg 36 kg
Gross surface area 2.28 m2 2.07 m2
Absorber surface area 1,93 m2 water only
Volume of water 9,6 l
Heat carrier Water with / without additives
Stagnation temperature 91°C
Solar power / heat values  
Peak photovoltaic output ~360 watts
Peak thermal output1 ~1300 watts

1 Laboratory conditions: 1.000 W/m2 irradiation, 25°C, Tcoll – Tamb = -10°C, wind 1.3 m/s ect.

All measurements given in mm