in News Departments > Products & Technology
print the content item

comments: 1

Mage Solar has developed new high-wattage PV modules in its PowerTec Plus line. Joining the company's existing product family of AC and DC modules are a 72-cell 300 W monocrystalline module and 72-cell polycrystalline modules in strengths from 285 W to 290 W.

With more watts per module, the new power classes give installers the distinct advantage of decreased labor costs and installation time, according to the company. The products are backed by the company's 0 W to +5 W tolerances and a 30-year, 80% power output guarantee.


SolarEnergyTradeShow_id1384

Surrette_id1386
Latest Top Stories

Report Benchmarks U.S. Electric Utility Clean Energy Deployment

As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency prepares for its listening sessions on its Clean Power Plan for existing power plants next week, a new report ranks the cleantech performance of nation’s largest electric utilities.


Solar Sector Fears WTO Ruling Against Tariffs Won't Save The U.S. From Itself

Although the WTO says U.S. anti-dumping tariffs levied on Chinese PV manufacturers are improper, few expect the ruling to prevent a rise in module prices.


Xcel Energy Offers Solar*Rewards 'Bridge' For Colorado Solar Installations

As an incentive for the continued development of customer-sited solar, Public Service Co. of Colorado has agreed to advance capacity for its popular Solar*Rewards program.


Flexible Sources Key To Integrating Solar PV Into Utility Operations

A report from three U.S. Department of Energy labs proposes a framework for integrating various amounts of PV into the grid.


PV Industry Leaders See A 'Second Gold Rush' Coming In The Solar Sector

A panel of solar sector executives from across the PV supply chain at Intersolar North America says the widespread adoption of distributed generation energy sources is inevitable.

S&C Electric_id1352
Lufft_id
WIP_id1320
SnakeTray_id1373
PVcobra_id1394