TIGI’s Honeycomb Collector – the first of its kind to enter the market – was awarded the prestigious Intersolar AWARD prize!
The Intersolar AWARD, the award for innovation in the international solar industry, has established itself as the industry’s flagship and draws worldwide public attention to nominees and winners.
TIGI was selected from a multitude of innovative applications by an independent panel of judges, for their differentiation, innovation and ground breaking products or services.
The AWARD was announced in Intersolar 2012 in Munich, Germany, on June 13, 2012.
When asked about the unique features of the honeycomb collector, TIGI’s CEO, Zvika Klier commented: “Transparent insulation enables a significant step function performance improvement over conventional flat plate and evacuated tube collectors. In addition, TIGI’s collector implements an integrated Overheat Prevention Device and a sealed case, together ensuring longevity of the high performance and lower system cost. The collector will be introduced to the market later this year and we expect it can make a big change in terms of performance and return on investment for applications such as space heating / cooling and process heat”.
The TIGI Solar team presents at booth B2-350 of the Intersolar 2012 (June 13-16, Munich, Germany) and will be happy to answer further questions.
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