SUNBRELLA is a new solar roof awner that will be installed on the roofs of many Irish towns and cities over the next two years.
The roof is manufactured in Ireland by Sunbrellas solar panel company, with the aim of providing affordable and environmentally friendly roofing for buildings and homes.
Sunbrello says that the roof will be a renewable, low-cost and easy-to-install product that will provide a renewable and low-carbon alternative to conventional roofing.
It will replace the traditional roofing on buildings and houses in Irish cities and towns.
Solar roofing is a technology which is used in homes to provide roofing that uses energy from sunlight.
Solar roofing can be applied on roofs and walls to improve insulation, provide a shade and reduce energy bills.
The panels are manufactured by Sunrellas manufacturer, Sunbrelas, and have a lifespan of 20 years.
Sunbrella says the project will provide low-impact and low carbon solar roof designs that are both affordable and sustainable.
It says the new roofing system will provide affordable and efficient solar roof installations.
The solar roof will offer an alternative to traditional roof materials and technologies, such as traditional solar panels, in buildings and dwellings.
The project is the first solar roof product from the Irish company and is expected to cost around €50 per sqm.
It is expected that solar roof products will be in the range of €80-€100 per sq m, and the new solar panels will be about 4.6 metres in diameter.
Sunrella will be installing the new panels in its Cork facility from October, and will then start installation of the roof in its main Cork facility in the spring of 2018.