S2A’s #GreenLuxHome to feature FreeVolt graphene solar panels

Source: press release, 3 April 2020

PV Graph utilises a hybrid cell technology – combining thin film tech with crystalline silicon tech – to produce 50% higher efficiency modules that last longer, are less prone to micro-damage, and even when damaged, still work with almost zero loss of productivity
PV Graph utilises a hybrid cell technology – combining thin film tech with crystalline silicon tech – to produce 50% higher efficiency modules that last longer, are less prone to micro-damage, and even when damaged, still work with almost zero loss of productivity (photo: FreeVolt)

S2A Modular – creator of the first electrically self-sustaining, custom and smart-connected luxury residence, the #GreenLuxHome – is the only modular residential/commercial building entity with the right to feature patented PV Graf™ technology from European solar company FreeVolt, which developed the world’s first and only graphene solar panel.

Exclusively relying on a Tesla Powerwall and FreeVolt PV Graf™ solar panels, the #GreenLuxHome not only eliminates costs associated with energy – utility companies may even pay residents for contributing energy to the grid.

“This is not just a better solar panel – this is the first and only technology of its kind, featuring graphene,” says Ryan Leusch, business development director of S2A Modular.

“It’s a completely different solar science, with patented architecture and materials, that turns the industry on its head. With current solar panels, effectiveness declines in as little 5-6 years when materials begin to degrade and energy output decreases. With FreeVolt’s PV Graf™ technology, which brings a near-indestructible quality, service life and energy production are dramatically enhanced – while also eliminating degradation and making it immune to any temperature or weather factors that negatively affect other solutions out there. Only S2A #GreenLuxHome units and commercial buildings will be able to feature PV Graf™ panels built-in – ushering in an exciting new era in solar technology and green living worldwide,” continues Leusch.