Renewable Energy Development Institute - REDI

Production Bregus Solar covers high-quality solar modules in various sizes and designs to meet different needs - small systems on the roofs of private houses cottages, systems for commercial and industrial buildings, photovoltaic power plant.

Top quality at all stages of production
System made with the selection of materials and components to provide quality, uptime and maximum efficiency. Monocrystalline and polycrystalline modules Bregus Solar internationally certified by independent laboratories to ensure our customers reliable products and the best value for money. Bregus Solar is committed to provide its customers with innovative solutions to reduce the cost of energy production through innovation, research and collaboration with leading companies in the development of advanced systems and materials. Plants solar panels Bregus have increased automation, the company is certified according to international standards ISO 9001.

Outstanding product quality and reliable results
After manufacture all solar modules are tested and sorted in increments of 5 watts. All solar modules Bregus sorted margin - the real output power is slightly higher than that indicated in the specification.
Solar panels Bregus Solar tested by third parties in accordance with generally accepted international standards. In addition, they are consistent with international restrictions on the use of hazardous materials, as well as directives to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

  • Bregus P6-60, Polycrystalline PV module 60 cells, 245-265 W
  • Bregus P6-72 Polycrystalline PV module 72 cells, 295-315 W
  • Bregus M5-72, Monocrystalline PV module 72 cells, 195-215 W
  • Bregus M5-96, Monocrystalline PV module 96 cells, 250-275 W
  • Bregus M6-72, Monocrystalline PV module 72 cells, 305-320 W
  • Bregus M6-60, Monocrystalline PV module 60 cells, 250-270 W

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