Tag: panels

  • First solar module recycling program launched by JinkoSolar

    JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc., in partnership with the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and a coalition of other solar companies, is launching the nation’s first PV recycling program, which includes a network of cost-effective recyclers that can responsibly dispose of decommissioned PV modules. While JinkoSolar modules are expected to last at least 25Read More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Mission Solar Energy adds four new PV module lines to product offering

    Seen at Solar Power International this year: Mission Solar Energy, a San Antonio-based manufacturer of utility-scale, commercial and residential high-efficiency solar modules, added four new module lines to its product offering. The Apollo, Mercury, Gemini and Gemini Elite modules utilize advanced technology to provide best-in-class efficiency, reliability, power and aesthetics. Apollo TheRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • SPI Preview: High-efficiency, smart panels ready for wider installation

    High efficiency panels are trending up for a variety of project segments as the costs become more reasonable. The SPI show floor is going to be filled with examples. Here are two to note: Panasonic (booth 2317, SL11) has a history of innovation and dependability in the solar industry, andRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • SolarWorld’s 1,500-volt panel ready to ship in Q4

    SolarWorld, one of the largest crystalline-silicon solar manufacturers in the Americas, exhibited a new 72-cell XL product at Intersolar North America. This new 1,500-volt solar panel will be ready in time for this year’s fourth-quarter peak selling season. The 1,500-volt technology, compared with standard 1,000-volt solar panels, enables installers to increase lengths ofRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • LG Electronics releases high efficiency NeON solar panels for commercial, utility markets

    LG Electronics announced its upcoming push into the commercial and utility-scale space at Intersolar with the launch of its flagship NeON 2 in a 72-cell solar panel. Why might these be a good option for your next C&I project? LG’s N-Type double-sided cell structure allows the panels to produce more energyRead More — Solar Builder magazine