...for OUR planet
Our team has developed the Tyll Gen II solar CHP panel - a design we feel will be a game- changer in the solar panel market.
The Gen II panel is designed to be sleek, efficient, inexpensive and reliable - and the first that can be economically deployed commercially.
Just look at our 'frameless' design!
A thing of beauty & highly efficient too.
Here at Tyll, we're acutely aware of todays environmental challenges and are doing our part to 'make a difference'.
We provide the solar industry with innovations to improve the performance and cost-effectiveness of sCHP solar energy to our customers from manufacturer to instaler to end-user..
Experience and Passion
Tyll Solar has worked with academic institutions and engineering firms to optimize several iterations of solar CHP panels over the last few years. Now, after this experience and assessment, the Tyll Solar patent-pending Gen II prototype now built and (third-party) tested offers:
Tyll Solar R&D is performed in the USA!
THE TYLLSOLAR sCHP PANEL
sCHPs are the 'next wave' in solar panel technology. Using them, customers can benefit by roughly twice the value (400% more actual energy produced) than PV alone!
Use space more efficiently, too, our sCHP panels provide electricity and hot water with a smaller footprint - instead of using PV panels and separate hot water panels. sCHP panels can provide most or all electricity needs plus the benefit of hot water/space heating.
SOLAR CHP PANELS DELIVER MORE ENERGY PER SQUARE METER
Same Sun. Better Panel. More Energy.
Standard PV panels (producing electricity only) have efficiency of roughly 15% to about 22%. This means that only that percentage of the Sun's rays are converted into energy (electricity), with the balance lost as heat. Solar CHP panels capture much of that heat and use it to generate hot water. Our panels can convert roughly 80% of the solar radiation hitting the panel into usable energy.
So why is the solar CHP market so small?
In one word: Cost.
The Tyll Solar sCHP panel integrates patent-pending technology making it the first to economically serve the commercial (large array) market.