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Next Big News – November 06, 2018 07:39:10 Tepui solar panel company AwniSolar has announced that it has developed a solar panel for home, commercial and industrial use.

The company has launched the first of the solar panels in Tepu, the capital of the Indonesian state of Papua New Guinea.

Tepui is one of the few cities in the world where awnings are still being used as an integral part of the building environment.

The company’s first solar panel will be used as a part of a roof for a large residential complex in Tewa district.

Tewa is one a number of districts in the province of Papua in which awners have been installed, mostly to create a roof over roofs.

The Awnipo Solar is an aero-architectural design that has an impact on building standards.

Its design is based on the concept of a canopy that has a vertical structure that enables the installation of the panels in a controlled way.

The roof will be made of a material that allows aero pressure, while still maintaining the structural integrity of the roof.

The material is the same material used in solar panels.

The solar panels will have a thickness of 15 cm.

The total cost of the project is about $1.4 million.

The Awnipea solar project was launched in the country’s capital city, Jakarta.

This is a first in the region and Indonesia has the first such a solar project in the whole country, said Awniopi, director of the company.

He added that Awnileas panels are designed to be more efficient than traditional awni panels, which are usually used for small homes.

The Solar PV industry is booming in Indonesia, where solar panels are increasingly used for home use, in the form of awnis and roofing systems.

In addition to residential, solar power has been seen in commercial and residential buildings.

The new solar panel has a thermal conductivity of 20-35 per cent, a high efficiency and high brightness, said the company’s founder, Arawi Tepuli.

He also said the panels have been designed to reduce the energy consumption of the house.