Details on new AC, heterojunction solar modules from Mission Solar

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Mission Solar Energy, a U.S. manufacturer of high-power solar modules, is displaying three new products at the annual Solar Power International Conference and Exhibition (Booth #3975) that incorporate heterojunction and AC technologies. As there are growing demands for higher panel power, increased lifetimes, and more stringent fire ratings, Mission Solar Energy is remaining competitive by showcasing new technologies.

“Our line of AC and heterojunction modules feature the very best of solar technology. We are gauging customer interest in these products, and based on market response, mass-production could begin as early as Q1 2018,” said Jae Yang, President of Mission Solar Energy.

Mission Solar Energy’s AC and heterojunction modules:

MSE HJT 72 Elite: This is a high-power module featuring Heterojunction technology which produces 460W of power with bifacial boost. The Elite consists of strong dual glass construction, not only durable but also aesthetically pleasing. This module has the ability to withstand high wind load, has a Class A fire rating, and a low thermal co-efficient.

MSE HJT 72: Much like the HJT 72 Elite, this module offers advanced heterojunction cell technology and an industry-leading front side power output of 400W. Conventional frame construction makes for a streamlined installation with current standard racking.

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MSE PERC 60 AC: This module has an integrated micro inverter, which shortens installation time, simplifies inventory management, and maximizes system production in shady conditions. Panel-level performance monitoring is another key advantage of the PERC AC. This module is tested and certified against a >210mph wind load, making it ideal for all locations.

Other modules that will be on display include the MSE PERC 60, MSE MONO 60, MSE MONO 72, and MSE MULTI 72, which are currently part of MSE’s product offerings. All Mission Solar modules are designed, engineered, and assembled at our 200MW facility in San Antonio, Texas.

— Solar Builder magazine

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