Together we accelerate the energy transition
With Solarix we want to make a significant impact on the global energy transition by drastically reducing the CO2 impact of construction and thus taking steps towards circular construction. After all, more than 36% of all CO2 emissions come from the built environment. And our solar panels can significantly prevent those emissions.
Our solar design panels
One square meter of solar facade is equivalent to an emission reduction of 3000 kg of CO2 over its lifetime, or the CO2 absorption of three growing trees.
CO2 emissions that Solarix helps prevent annually with its current projects:
Why are solar facades sustainable and financially smart?
Generate locally renewable energy at the place and time where you need it.
Better energy balance for the network: more energy is generated at different times due to the angle of sunlight on the facades than with solar panels on the roof, and therefore there is a better distribution of energy demand.
You will generate energy at times when the energy price is higher, at the start and end of the day.
Made with raw materials that are more energy efficient to produce than many of the more traditional building materials such as brick or steel.
You can save an average of 3,000 kg CO2/m2 over the total lifespan of Solarix solar panels.
You save energy loss because less energy needs to be transported. In fact, a fully renewable energy chain ensures 40% energy savings for the end user. Our solar facades help with this.
Within the energy transition, less valuable agricultural land is needed for solar fields.
Fewer construction resources are needed in the building, because other facade materials and PV roof systems are replaced.
We make room for greenery and roof gardens instead of solar roofs.
You can have any building, old or new, small or large, comply with the BENG and/or label C standards.
Solarix facade panels are individual and easy to replace.