SunStyle customizes each commercial solar roof with your design in mind.

Commercial Innovation

Whether you are breaking ground on new construction or sustainably retrofitting an existing property, we work along side you to deliver a durable, long-lasting roof that meets your specific energy needs.

For over a decade, SunStyle has helped commercial and institutional buildings achieve maximum energy savings while delivering a beautiful, uniform finish. From educational to agricultural buildings, SunStyle has completed installations in Europe and the United States.

For commercial projects, we install the same tile used on our residential solar roofs but can develop alternative mounting systems to achieve your desired architectural aesthetic.

Commercial Project Highlights

These are a few select commercial projects. To see a full representation of commercial projects, please visit our gallery.

St. Charles International

The large-scale launch of the SunStyle® solar roof took place as part of the Saint Charles Solaire power plant project in Perpignan (France). The existing solar systems were not attractive from either a design or technical perspective. To ensure the technical and economic feasibility of the Saint Charles Solaire project in Perpignan, SOLAIRE SUISSE developed the SunStyle solar roof as a reliable and easy-to-use roof system. As a fully integrated solution, SunStyle replaced the existing roof membrane, thus ensuring lasting weather protection. The SunStyle solar roof was so persuasive that the entire 68,000 m² of warehouse roof surfaces in Perpignan were renovated. With an output of nine megawatts, the world’s largest building-integrated solar power plant gives an impressive demonstration of the potential of energy-producing building materials.

The continuous development of the solar roof and the integration of technical innovations has made available a patented solar roof that sets new standards.

France Pavilion, Expo 2020 Dubai

Entitled “Lumière, Lumières”—or “Light, Enlightenment”— the theme and the architecture of the French Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai reflect a desire to promote renewable energy and to recall the key role played by the philosophers of the Enlightenment in the 18th century. Designed by Atelier du Prado Architectes and Celnikier & Grabli, the French Pavilion is fully clad in SunStyle solar tiles.

In its exploration of the meaning and use of light in all of its forms—as a source of inspiration, creativity, knowledge, and means to connect with other cultures, the pavilion’s roof and exterior facades are clad in blues and green SunStyle solar tiles. With these colours inspired by Claude Monet’s Water Lilies, the solar building envelope aims to trap the sunlight and channel its energy into the building through an interactive light show. This project is made possible thanks to the colour technology developed by SunStyle AG.

SunStyle Solar Tiles on a Gothic Church in Sarpsborg Norway

Neo-Gothic Church

Sarpsborg, now an industrial hub, is the third oldest town in Norway and home to a rich cultural heritage. Built in 1862, the magnificent Sarpsborg church is central to the town’s tradition. At the beginning of 2019, the roof of the neo-Gothic church was renovated with SunStyle solar shingles, transforming the church into a symbol of the joining of tradition and innovation.

Low-profile SunStyle solar tiles allow the town of Sarpsborg to reap the benefits of distributed solar energy while maintaining the historic architecture of its buildings, illustrating the potential of building integrated photovoltaic products to facilitate sustainable renovations within protected heritage sites.

Contact Us to Discuss Your Project

We offer white-glove service for every solar roof commercial project. In the design phase, we work with you to understand your design goals and energy offset needs. With our certified installation partners, we work to achieve installation excellence for every solar roof. To get your solar project started, please complete the form below and a member of our sales team will contact you.