Mission Solar to show off four new solar panels (three PERC) at Solar Power International

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Mission Solar Energy, a U.S. based supplier of high-efficiency solar modules, is debuting four new solar panels at Solar Power International (booths #1512 and #6039). The new products include PERC and Mono technologies featuring five busbar, high efficiency cells. As the demand for higher power output modules grow, Mission Solar Energy is committed to offering modules that perform at industry-leading efficiencies.

In addition to the technology and performance advancements, Mission Solar’s new product line will also feature a 12-year product warranty, an upgrade from the company’s 10-year product warranty offered with current modules.

“Our objective is to provide customers with the very best technology and services the industry has to offer. Launching our new product line will allow us to deliver high performance modules at competitive pricing,” said Jae Yang, President & CEO of Mission Solar Energy.

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Mission Solar Energy’s new product line:

MSE PERC 60: This 60-cell module will feature five busbar technology, offering a class-leading power output of 310W. The sleek, all black design gives this module superior aesthetics, making its application ideal for residential and commercial projects.

MSE PERC 60: (white back sheet): Incorporating a white back sheet will give a boost in power output, offering a class leading power output of 315W.

MSE Mono 72: This 72-cell module features monocrystalline, five busbar technology with a power output of 350W. Commercial and utility scale projects are ideal for this product.

MSE PERC 72: Mission Solar Energy’s highest performing module is a 72-cell panel featuring PERC, five busbar cells with a power output of 370W. Built to withstand extreme weather conditions, this product is best suited for commercial and utility-scale projects.

Production of the new product line is expected to ramp up in Q4 of this year, making products available in early 2019. To learn more about Mission Solar Energy and its new product line, visit  at Solar Power International.

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Texas-based Mission Solar wants to install more of its PV modules in Texas via TriSMART Solar

 

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Mission Solar Energy and TriSMART Solar on have formed a strategic partnership that to provide solar panels made in Texas more readily available for Texas homeowners. Mission Solar Energy is headquartered in San Antonio, with module manufacturing facilities onsite and wanted a partnership that would streamline the process for consumers looking for sustainable, energy-efficient homebuilding and remodeling.

“Mission Solar Energy is Texas-based and Texas-proud so we are especially excited about this new partnership with TriSMART,” said Sam Martens, Commercial Operations Director. “Together we will be able to help more families save money and go green while giving Texas a boost in becoming a top manufacturing and energy state.”

“As a Texas based company, it has always been our goal to be the best solar provider in the state,” said Jon Morris, Co-Owner of TriSMART Solar. “What better way to get there, then with a PV manufacturer that is also Texas based. We are big fans of supporting both the US economy, as well as that of Texas and we feel this is a huge step to support both.”

TriSMART Solar holds their corporate headquarters in Houston, Texas and installs Solar Power in every major city in Texas. With the growing demand for Solar Power in Texas, homeowners are looking for a solution that doesn’t utilize imported Solar Panels. With this new partnership, TriSMART will provide Texas homeowners with Texas made Solar Panels.

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Mission Solar is sponsoring a couple on a sustainable, solar-powered bus trip around the country

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Mission Solar Energy LLC, a U.S. supplier of high-power solar modules, is doing something cool and collaborating with a newly married couple traveling across the U.S. in a solar-powered bus to promote sustainable living practices.

“Our goal was to turn the bus into a home that looks and feels exactly the way we want it for a reasonable and affordable cost,” said solar bus owner, Jessica. “It was also very important to us that we have the ability to go off grid and we knew incorporating a solar system would be a key component in this project,”

The solar bus features six of Mission Solar Energy’s high-efficiency PERC 60 solar panels, and those compact yet high-power output solar panels allow the couple to go off grid. The bus has the ability to generate electricity and operate on the PV solar panels and battery system alone.

“Mission Solar Energy is committed to promoting the solar industry and sustainability. We believe this partnership will allow us to do just that,” said Jae Yang, President & CEO of Mission Solar Energy.

The couple kicked-off its travels in late May and made San Antonio, Texas its first stop. The Mission Solar team was eager to meet Forrest and Jessica in person and get an up close look at the solar bus. Mission Solar Energy proudly showcased the solar bus at this year’s Solar Power Texas Conference & Expo in June.

Forrest and Jessica will be traveling through the West Coast and exhibiting at a variety of tiny home and sustainable living conventions. They will join the Mission Solar team at Solar Power International in Anaheim, CA in September. Be sure to stop by booth # 6039 to meet the couple and tour their lovely home.

— Solar Builder magazine

Mission Solar teams with ImagineSolar on new solar training initiative

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Mission Solar Energy, a U.S. supplier of high-power solar modules, announced a new training collaboration with ImagineSolar, a solar training provider in sync with NABCEP job task analyses for the solar industry.

Mission Solar Energy has committed to providing high-efficiency solar panels and technical materials needed to complete technical and sales training offered by ImagineSolar. In addition to providing product and training materials, Mission Solar Energy’s team of engineering and sales experts will provide educational sessions as needed.

“We are always looking for ways to offer our support within the solar industry. Partnering with ImagineSolar is allowing us to contribute in training the current and future solar professionals and ensuring that the end consumers receive a quality solar installation experience,” said Sam Martens, Commercial Operations Director of Mission Solar Energy.

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ImagineSolar will feature Mission Solar’s panels starting with its upcoming Advanced 5-day Solar Workshop. This comprehensive, hands-on workshop will be held at ImagineSolar’s state-of-the-art solar lab facility in Austin, TX, September 7-11, 2018.

ImagineSolar provides training and advisory services to contractors, solar installers, entrepreneurs, and individuals from across the U.S. on solar and smart grid technologies. The Austin-based education provider is only a short distance from Mission Solar Energy’s headquarters in San Antonio.

“We continue to upgrade our solar lab equipment using leading edge technology,” said Michael Kuhn, founder and CEO of ImagineSolar LLC. “The Mission Solar MSE PERC 72 solar panels lead in their class with very high efficiencies and pair well with the module-level power electronics that our customers install and commission in our hands-on workshops.”

— Solar Builder magazine

NASA building topped with 120-kW solar system, featuring Mission Solar Energy panels

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A roof top PV system featuring Mission Solar Energy panels was installed atop one of NASA’s newest buildings at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. Over the years, NASA has made an effort to replace and revitalize many of the pre-Apollo era facilities at Marshall Space Flight Center. These new buildings were designed to be more technologically advanced and create a smaller footprint.

“We are pleased that NASA has chosen to incorporate solar in its new building construction plans at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Our team is proud to design, engineer and assemble our solar panels in the U.S. and deploying our products to projects like this gives us great pride,” said Jae Yang, President & CEO of Mission Solar Energy.

Hannah Solar Government Services (HSGS) headquartered in Charleston, SC, was selected by Madison Electric in 2017 to design, engineer and install NASA’s 120 kilowatt (kW) solar array, which is identical to the solar array HSGS installed for NASA in 2013. This solar array contains more than 370 Mission Solar Energy MSE MONO 72 solar panels, a high-power solar module ideal for commercial and industrial applications.

“We are veterans proud to continue serving our country and proud to continue providing solar energy generation for NASA,” said Retired COL Dave McNeil, President & CEO of Hannah Solar Government Solutions.

— Solar Builder magazine