The Platio Tile
The NEXT GENERATION of Building Materials
Made from slip-resistant, durable material and embedded on a recyclable plastic paving slab.
High performance photovoltaic cells collect the energy of solar irradiance on the level of pavement.
Modular units interlock together creating a solar surface.
Highly solid, tempered, scratch and slip-resistant hardened glass tiles protect the cells.
The base is made from recycled plastic which gives it a durable structure, and a superior lifespan to concrete.
Meet The Tiles
Using a modular design any installation is fast and easy to execute, similar to conventional tiling.
Platio operates on safe low voltage and provides the highest available level of anti skidding.
High quality engineering ensures resistance to load, impact, scratches and weather, while providing vandalism resilience
Green energy is harvested by high performing solar cells that are integrated into the pavement.
Platio is user friendly and is maintained like any conventional pavement.
Unlike futuristic concepts and prototypes, Platio is an existing technology, available now.
First of its kind, Platio allows sustainable luxury by combining recycled materials with renewable energy, creating a beautiful environment for residential areas.
Solar energy from the pavement for buildings
For office buildings, shopping malls and other public infrastructures, Platio offers a ready-to-use solution for harvesting additional green energy without reducing valuable exterior surfaces.
For smart cities, the Platio Solar Pavement provides a smart, space-saving and sustainable way to produce energy for public buildings and street devices such as mobile chargers, EV charger or streetlights.
News and Events
The 50 sq metres of non-slip solar panels, installed in a small park in the Glòries area of the city, will generate 7,560kWh a year,
Habitat for Humanity to become the first Platio Solar Paver installation project in the United States!
DC Renewable Energy is thrilled to announce that Habitat for Humanity, St. Vrain in Longmont, Colorado committed to becoming the first Platio Solar Paver installation