What is Invisible Solar

A single body, indivisible and with very high resistance, hides and protects the photovoltaic cells by concealing them inside.

How it works

Invisible Solar operation is based on the low molecular desity principle. Each module is made with a recyclable non-toxic polimeric compound, that is specifically processed to encourage the photons absorption.

Common monocrystalline silicon cells are incorporated inside the module, while a special surface which is opaque for eyes but transparent for sun rays, allows the light to enter in it and feed the cells.

Astonishing surfaces

Terracotta, Stone, Concrete and Wood.
Invisible Solar is extremely adaptable and can take the appareance of main building materials, offering many possible combinations of shapes and colors.

The aesthetic performance of buildings and landscapes is rescued from a strong visual impact, through a system able to substitute common roofing, covering and flooring elements even on their operation features.


Renewable energy for listed buildings

Invisible Solar integrates itself with heritage buildings and landscapes, with no damages for cultural values.

Help to make the world healthier

Invisible Solar produces clean energy, uses sustainable materials and purifies air from smog.

Energetic Independence

Everyone is free to generate his own energy everywhere, independently from major suppliers.

Reuse against urban sprawl

Invisible Solar promotes reuse of abandoned buildings, discouraging from urban sprawl.


Invisible Solar blends perfectly in the environment where it’s installed.


A natural process activated by light to purify air and clean the module surface.


Resistance to high static load, chemical solvents and atmospheric agents.


Non-toxic recyclable materials, from natural origins or reuse too.

Where to install

Invisible Solar generates all the clean energy
you need by covering roof, wall and even floor.

 – To generate energy by covering and protecting your building.

Walls – Facades covering, garden and patios walling.

Pavements – Outdoor pavement like driveways, parkings and walkways.

All together – Merge all the uses for a widespread system.

Recognized by Authorities

In 2015 Invisible Solar has been mentioned by Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (MiBACT) as solution to improve energy efficiency in cultural heritage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need more information? Read the answers to frequently asked questions on the FAQ page.

The most classic of roof tiles, it adapts to most historic roofs.

Mediterranean roof tile typical of areas such as Tuscany and Lazio.

The typical roof tile of historic buildings in Northern Europe.

The most common roof tile of Northern Europe buildings.

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