REC Group’s TwinPeak 4 Series solar modules hit 375 Watt-peak power

REC Group solar modules

REC Group, an international solar energy company headquartered in Norway, is launching the fourth generation of its solar panels for residential and commercial rooftops, REC TwinPeak 4 Series. The latest REC TwinPeak features a new cell structure design and higher power output than its predecessor. Like all REC panels, it is eligible for the comprehensive REC ProTrust warranty package. The REC TwinPeak 4 Series goes into production in May 2021 with deliveries possible from July/August onward.

What’s new? Available in both white and black backsheet variants, the REC TwinPeak 4 Series features a newly designed cell structure, multi-busbar connection, as well as improved nominal power output of up to 375 watt-peak from its 120 half-cut monocrystalline p-type cells. With the same 30 mm frame and support bars already proven in the REC N-Peak and REC Alpha solar panels, the latest REC TwinPeak can now withstand higher loads of +7000 Pa.

Launched in 2014, the first REC TwinPeak generation was the first product to feature REC’s patented split cell and junction box technology and won the prestigious Intersolar Award 2015. Each successive generation has upped the ante, deservedly making REC TwinPeak solar panels a highly popular choice for both commercial and residential rooftop installations.

The REC TwinPeak 4 Series is eligible for the comprehensive REC ProTrust warranty package, including 25-year warranty on the product, performance and labor, subject to conditions. In addition, the new solar panel comes with an improved power warranty of just 2 percent maximum power degradation in the first year of operation and 0.5 percent per year thereafter until year 25, making the REC TwinPeak 4 Series an even more attractive choice.

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