Mission Solar’s mSolar Series 400 modules available via Inxeption

Mission Solar mSeries

Inxeption entered into an exclusive agreement with Mission Solar to distribute the new mSolar Series 400 modules in the United States. Mission is importing these mSolar modules to meet new demand and diversify its offerings for residential and C&I solar installers.

“While these panels are not made in the U.S., we are offering a higher-quality import product with a stronger warranty than the competition,” states Mission Solar President Jae Yang. “The revenues generated from this arrangement will be invested in our U.S. manufacturing operation.”

Inxeption’s logistics expertise now plays a key role in the distribution of these mSeries modules as the platform grows its solar procurement presence. Inxeption Energy partners with solar manufacturers to offer installers sought-after products at attractive pricing, enabling also the end-to-end fulfillment to each installer’s preferred destination. This end-to-end visibility is crucial when sourcing imported solar panels.

“Historically, it’s been uncommon to have visibility into the raw materials that make up finished solar panels, but knowing where and how the raw materials that go into finished goods are produced is becoming more important,” said Erin Clark, president of Inxeption Energy. “That’s why Inxeption teamed up with Mission Solar to distribute its new mSolar product. Together, we can ensure domestic installers have the ethically sourced panels they need to meet sustained renewable energy demand from their customers.”

You may recall Inxeption recently adding Runergy’s Hyperion PV modules to its platform as well.

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