ET Solar announces the global launch of its new generation monocrystalline module – EliTe Mono. All ET Solar’s monocrystalline modules are certificated by VDE and ETL, and have passed the strict tests under the standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL). Compared with traditional PV modules, ET Solar’s monocrystalline modules are more durable and reliable, resulting in less degradation in extreme weather conditions.
By utilizing Passivated Emitter Rear Cell (PERC) technology to optimize module design, improve performance and reliability, ET Solar’s monocrystalline modules now offer higher performance, with Module Efficiency up to 18.75%. Even in weak light conditions, these modules maintain high-power generating efficiency.
Patrick Guo, Executive Vice President of ET Solar, said, “We are pleased to launch this new generation of monocrystalline modules. By using PERC technology, our new monocrystalline modules have significantly higher power output.”
“Monocrystalline modules are increasing in demand because the installed capacity of distributed power plants is increasing. To meet this growing global demand, ET Solar continues to develop high-quality, high-performance solar products,” he added.
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