Pramac UK has opened a new showroom in the heart of London at the Building Centre. The new showroom aims to highlight Pramac’s approach to renewable energy generation by showcasing the Micromorph range of thin-film modules which are suitable for integrated, ground-mounted and rooftop applications.  

Neil Durno, National Sales Manager for the company’s Renewable Energy department, said, “We will be showcasing our solar photovoltaic panels, which have a range of various mounting options allowing customers the choice of module based on specific needs and help minimise balance of system costs.”

Pramac believes that the Micromorph range of modules are particularly suitable to the British market because the excellent response of amorphous silicon results in increased yields and efficiencies, even in diffused light conditions.

Pramac’s new showroom will be showcasing technologies other than solar PV, including a wind micro-turbine designed by Philippe Starck. Starck’s RevolutionAir aims to marry efficiency and design, resulting in a solution that satisfies “everyday needs, in an aesthetically appealing way, with very little noise.”

Durno concluded, “The Building Centre will be our showroom for the Energy Generation product range, where architects, construction engineers and installation companies can see the products for themselves.”