As the shift towards eco-friendly solutions to energy and power become increasingly important in the European and global landscape today, there is a pressing need to produce a spatially efficient photovoltaic unit which generates more energy without the need for a large surface area. To combat high costs and low reliability of current PVT solutions, a hybrid solar panel has been introduced by EndeF, the ECOMESH. This next generation hybrid panel combines the abilities of a solar panel and a solar collector, allowing it to heat water for the household, while producing electrical power at the same time. Conventional photovoltaic panels only take advantage of 15% of the solar energy they receive, while 5% is reflected and the remaining 80% is lost as heat to the environment through the front and back of the panel. A standard hybrid panel (PVT panel) is able to recover part of the heat loss from the back of the face, up to 40%. Unlike conventional PVTs, the ECOMESH hybrid solar panel is able to recover the heat lost through the front and back, thus achieving maximum efficiency. This combination gives a higher total power output per panel while doing it with a fraction of the surface area. EndeF’s goal is to continue to develop the electrical and thermal generation technology in order to become the market leader in building PVT installations.