clanwehr: The pictures I provided were pictures of SHR-17, the first ever solar shingles that were UL-Approved, and thus, they demonstrate that today's press release by ECD is false.
However, there is no evidence that Powershingle is UL approved. Please provide the name of the NRTL and the certificate number, if you claim otherwise!
clanwehr: Thank you. Now, could you please let us know why the press release claims that the Powershingle is the "First Ever, UL-Approved, Standard-Production Residential Solar Module Roof Shingle," when that's clearly a lie?
Your picture of a 2004 product of which is no longer being produced, as pictured and spec'd, is not relevant to Uni-Solar shingles being UL-Approved and being produce today.
It's 2010, not 2004.
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United Solar announces the UNI-SOLAR(R) brand PowerShingle(TM) -- a breakthrough, industry-leading, aesthetically-pleasing solar product that removes the barriers which have kept many homeowners from installing solar on their roofs.
clanwehr: My pictures are old because the Unisolar shingle lost its UL certification - thus, it cannot be legally installed on a customer roof in the United States today (as it would violate the NEC).
The picture you are referencing is old as well - it was made in May 2010, per exif data.
clanwehr: Nope. Here is the SHR-17 in action (before it lost its UL certification):
The picture YOU are referencing was made in May 2010, and the shingles shown there likely were incapable of producing any electricity.
However, there is no evidence whatsoever that Powershingle is UL-approved.