The work performed by the staff of Apollon Solar leads regularly to special events and results that are presented in this section in order to keep you informed and to receive your remarks and suggestions.
NICE – EU Project Eco-SolarFebruary 2016

Apollon Solar participates with its NICE module technology at the EU H2020 Project Eco Solar. The project has officially started on 01/10/2015 and has for objective an increased eco efficiency along the entire value chain of PV production. On one hand the bill of materials at all major PV production steps will be simplified to reduce the consumption of critical elements like metals or water, on the other hand re-use, repair and re-cycle options will be integrated.

Apollon Solar’s NICE module technology perfectly fits in this concept as it does not rely on lamination or soldering and already uses less organic products.   Our work in this project is directed towards a further reduced bill of materials for NICE modules, integrate cells with a reduced bill of material and investigate technologies for the disassembly, reuse/remanufacturing and recycling of module components.

Further information on the EcoSolar Website.



NICE modules installationsDecember 2015

Since January 2015,  NICE modules have been installed by Dynahaus :7.68 kW in Hallbergmoos (Germany) and 6.72 kW in Lohfelden (Germany).

The NICE modules are oriented east/west (10°). For monitoring and control purposes environmental data - like ambient temperature, solar radiation, wind speed are stored and analysed.

The energy production is as expected.


Apollon Solar at Solar Power International exhibition in Las VegasOctober 2014

Apollon Solar will be present the Solar Power International exhibition taking place in October 20-23 in Las Vegas.

We welcome you to visit booth #5109, which we share with our partner Vincent Industrie.

Launch of NICE module production in TunisiaSeptember 2014

We are happy to announce that the first 30 MW NICE production line installed in Energy Industrie's factory in Boussalem, Tunisia is  now running.

You can see below the photo of Energy Industrie's team working in Boussalem, standing with the first NICE module manufactured at the factory.