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May 2012


Enecom is at Solarexpo 2012

On May 9, 10 and 11 2012 Enecom will participate at Solarexpo in Verona.

In Stand B3.2 (Pavillion Solarch) you will see the New Range 2012 of Enecom PV.

The Enecom panels are now certified IEC EN 61215 and so they are perfect to be used on roofs.

In Verona Enecom will show the new Photovoltaic Tile and the Photovoltaic Roof for Coverage for industrial purposes.




April 2012


The Enecom photovoltaic panels are certified IEC!

From march 30, 2012 Enecom photovoltaic panels are certified IEC 61215 and IEC 61730!



Certificazione IEC 61215




Certificazione IEC 61215





June 2011




On 19th June Oscar Puntiroli left Genoa with his catamaran, equipped with a large sail with the colours of the Italian flag, to circumnavigate the whole of Italy and celebrate 150 years from the unification of our country. Enecom solar panel will produce energy during all the travel.



catamaran with italian flag



catamara leaving



June 2011


What solar panel will work best on your boat?


The UK's most trusted kit tests made by YM SOLAR shows Enecom panel is the best!

YM SOLAR conducted a thorough, comparative test of 16 solar panels. Enecom 70 Wp panel is described as: "very light, thin and flexible. Output was twice as efficient as the other fully flexible panels and similar to rigid and semi-flexible units. Shaded output was only 65%, again similar to rigid and semi-flexible. Thus you get the output of a rigid panel and the versatility of a flexible unit."


(Enecom prices are also determined by the conditions of the different domestic markets)


Click here to read the whole article



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Ottobre 2010





The E-XCLUSIVE is a kind of electrical and solar-powered boat designed by Gardasolar which makes use of Enecom panels. Its prototype was presented at the 50th Genoa Boat Show in October, to great general acclaim.





October 2010


At the Genoa Boat Show (2-10 October 2010) Assea Boat presented Enecom Italia photovoltaic solar panels mounted on the boats of the Catalina and Island Packet shipyards.