Co2 impact and circularity ambitions.

As Solarix, we want to make a major impact on the global energy transition.

We believe that with our sustainable façade applications we can achieve more than 25% CO2 reduction in the built environment over the next 25 years. More than 36% of all Co2 emissions come from the built environment. With facade panels from Studio Solarix we contribute to energy-neutral buildings. Buildings will therefore generate more energy instead of blowing Co2 into the atmosphere! In the near future, therefore, all new buildings will (must) be provided with energy-generating facades. As a leader in that market, we offer the best and most beautiful solution for this. Facades are the energy sources of the future!

Why are solar facades sustainable?

Generating local energy from renewable sources.

Saving energy loss because the energy does not have to be transported but can be generated and used locally.

Energy is generated when you need energy.

Better balancing of energy.

No precious agricultural land is used.

Fewer resources are needed in the building. We replace other facade materials and a PV roof system.

We are making way for greenery and roof gardens instead of sunroofs.

In addition to CO2 emissions, we also look at raw materials with great emphasis. Our solar facade replaces another facade material and possibly a PV roof system. With that you are already more efficient with raw materials. At Studio Solarix we look at products and facade systems that last a long time and are beautiful, so that they have a longer lifespan from a design perspective. We already distinguish ourselves in the material reduction of our panels and mounting system, and we are continuing to work on the realization of a circular solar panel on the facade.


Curious about the possibilities of Studio Solarix facade panels
in your new construction or existing construction project?
By means of our non-binding Solarcheck we provide insight into
the possibilities and expected energy yield.

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