Solar installers and EPCs are prioritizing improving their solar panel supply chains for the forthcoming year as the solar industry faces problems from WRO compliance and standard shipping and supply issues.
To help with this goal, we are releasing this guide to provide information on the newest and most cutting-edge modules from established and up-and-coming PV module producers for residential and commercial applications.
1. Trina Solar
Trina Solar continues to lead the way in solar industry innovation, working nonstop to provide more value, dependability, and cost savings for residential, C&I, and utility-scale PV projects.
Trina’s leadership in the standardization of 210mm modules, which seeks to increase the value of the entire solar supply chain and promote higher adoption of PV energy, is a significant component of this effort for improvement.
The 400W+ Vertex residential modules from Trina have a special third-cut 210mm cell design that allows them to produce a sizable quantity of energy even in constrained places. The increased power bin and efficiency also equate to lower installation costs.
The modules’ novel non-destructive cutting process reduces the possibility of micro-cracks and is broadly compatible with common optimizers, inverters, and mounting solutions.
In the US, LONGi is a significant supplier of high-efficiency monocrystalline solar modules for all market niches and project types.
The Hi-MO4 Series, specially made for distributed generation (DG) users, is one of LONGi’s highlight products. These extremely valuable modules offer great dependability, power output, and efficiency.
Panasonic is a reputable name in the solar sector, with more than a century of expertise and a proven track record of innovation in both B2C and B2B industries. The EverVolt Solar Module Black Series 370W, one of Panasonic’s highlight products, has an impressive efficiency rating of 21.2%.
The module also has increased performance when shaded, one of the lowest yearly degradation rates in the market, Heterojunction cell technology with half-cut cells, excellent efficiency in high temperatures, and one of the lowest temperature coefficients in the business.
Heliene is taking the lead in accelerating the shift to renewable energy in North America as the country’s only manufacturer of heterojunction modules. Monocrystalline silicon cells and two thin-film silicon layers are combined to create heterojunction solar cells.
The home sector can benefit from these modules’ better aesthetics, durability, and performance, among other important benefits.