This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups
  • Crystalline modules
  • Building integrated solutions (BIPV)
  • Manufacturing Equipment for solar cells, modules, thin films
  • Materials and components
  • Roof-mounted PV systems for commercial and industrial applications
Contact Information
830 Chemin De La Plaisse
73370 Le Bourget-Du-Lac, France

Individual company presentation

Founded in September 2022, Heliup is a technology and industrial company specializing in the design and production of lightweight solar panels in France, for use on large building rooftops.

Due to construction standards, a very large part of buildings rooftops (commercial, industrial, logistics) are not compatible with the weight of conventional panels.

Heliup tackles this market segment with its STYKON product line, an innovative panel technology which reduces the weight of photovoltaic systems by 60%. With less than 6 kg per square meter and therefore three times lighter than traditional models (15 kg/m²), those panels are designed for a simplified installation on flat roofs. Due to a specific and patented design, they offer a durable solution for industrial, commercial and logistics buildings, with a service life and resistance comparable to that of conventional panels. The STYKON panel has also earned recognized certifications, including IEC 61215/61730, a low-carbon impact label, and a specific certification for the building industry in France (ATEx / ETN), authorizing installation on pre-existing structures.

Compared with ground-mounted photovoltaic systems, the Heliup model significantly reduces the use of materials by 75%, cuts carbon emissions by over 50%, and has a major positive impact on water and air pollution thanks to the elimination of the need to extract materials.

Heliup's aim is to encourage the widespread deployment of low-carbon, low-environmental-impact electricity generation solutions, as part of a dynamic of reindustrialization. The combination of photovoltaic solar energy and rooftop utilization avoids the consumption of additional space, optimizes the energy efficiency of buildings and favors energy production close to where it is consumed.

Heliup is currently running the set-up of a 100 MWp assembly line in France for the fabrication of STYKON panels. The line will be operational in September 2024.

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