SUNSLATES™ are an advanced photovoltaic product. SUNSLATES™ allow the roof of your home to serve as both a roof and a power plant simultaneously. A typical installation of 216 Sunslates™ (about 300 square feet / 28 square meters) will cover from 60 to 80% of your power needs, depending on location.

With SUNSLATES™ solar electric roofing tiles, you get more than a roof over your head. A technologically advanced roofing solution dramatically reduces electricity demand. Atlantis Energy's stringent standards and insistence on using superior building materials results in a product that will last for decades. Each SUNSLATES™  tile begins as an Eternit roofing slate. They then glue the low glare tempered glass power panel to the exposed surface. Because it is a roofing product it is installed using on site electrical or certified roofing subs.

The good part is, the SUNSLATES™ solution will save you thousands of dollars on your electric bill and you're helping save the environment too!

New Age Solar is the only SUNSLATE Authorized dealer in New Jersey.

The solar module (or panel) is comprised of several individual photovoltaic cells connected in series or parallel with a metallic material. The energy produced by a solar module is influenced primarily by the number of cells within a module and how these cells are arranged within the module. When the cells are connected in series, the total voltage is the sum of the voltages from each individual cell. The output current in this configuration will remain the same as that produced from a single cell. When the cells are connected in parallel, the total current is the sum of the currents from the individual cells and the output voltage is the same as that produced from a single cell.

Like photovoltaic cells, solar modules can also be arranged to produce a specific current and voltage. By connecting solar panels in certain configurations (called a solar array), one can dictate the current and voltage of the array, thus dictating the electricity the system produces.

The size of your photovoltaic system will be dictated by the amount of daily energy required (loads) and the amount of energy available at your location.

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A solar tracker is a device for orienting a daylighting reflector, solar photovoltaic panel or concentrating solar reflector or lens toward the sun. The sun's position in the sky varies both with the seasons and time of day as the sun moves across the sky. Solar powered equipment works best when pointed at or near the sun, so a solar tracker can increase the effectiveness of such equipment over any fixed position, at the cost of additional system complexity. There are many types of solar trackers, of varying costs, sophistication, and performance. One well-known type of solar tracker is the heliostat, a movable mirror that reflects the moving sun to a fixed location, but many other approaches are used as well.

A dual axis tracking system is a system that follows the sun in multiple angles ensuring that the sunbeam angle is 100% correct on the panel. By tracking the sun, the efficiency of the solar panels can be increased by 30-40%.

The dual axis tracking system is also used for concentrating a solar reflector toward the concentrator on heliostat systems.