Panasonic will be showcasing its new product classification at the Solar Solutions trade fair. The three the HIT®+ series module variants are at least 20 per cent efficient and have solar cells manufactured in Japan.
The Sonnenstromfabrik in Wismar make a glass-glass module that allows you to determine the degree of transparency: the Brilliant series.
Aleo’s X59 and X79 modules now also available as 48-cell versions for better integration into smaller and awkward roof spaces.
Opes Solutions processes and optimizes cells from various manufacturers and produces both standard off-grid modules and individually developed module types.
PV manufacturer Znshine have developed a graphene coating for their solar panels. By making the modules virtually self-cleaning, this not only lowers maintenance costs but also promises higher yields.
As of this year, the Lithuanian cell manufacturer Solitek will also offer their bifacial double-glass modules in Europe. They come with surpisingly long warranties.
Luxor Solar’s Eco Line now also includes mono- and polycrystalline half-cell modules.
The REC Group recently announced start of production of two new monocrystalline products based on their award winning TwinPeak technology: the 60-cell TwinPeak 2 Mono and the 72-cell TwinPeak 2S Mono 72.
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