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Solaria PowerXT high-efficiency modules now available via Fortune Energy

solariaSolaria Corp. sent word that its Solaria PowerXT residential and commercial solar modules are now being distributed by Fortune Energy, a wholesale distributor of renewable energy products based in Sacramento, Calif. (with additional offices in Southern CA, Massachusetts and Hawaii).

“Solaria PowerXT modules deliver outstanding efficiency and superior aesthetics,” said Helen He, vice president of products, Fortune Energy. “Their technology value proposition –20% more power production– is a compelling one.”

Solaria tech details

Solaria’s sleek, high-efficiency PowerXT 320/330Wp module is one of the industry’s most reliable and bankable solar products. Its advanced cell interconnect and module production processes significantly boost power generation while eliminating reliability challenges that can reduce conventional PV modules’ long-term performance. Not only does Solaria PowerXT accelerate the payback period and double installers’ profits – it’s an aesthetically superior product that helps make solar an attractive investment from both an appearance and performance perspective.”

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“We’re delighted to be partnering with Fortune Energy to bring high-efficiency Solaria PowerXT modules to homeowners seeking to transform their properties into on-site power plants. Like us, Fortune Energy is committed to providing excellent ROI and outstanding customer service,” noted Solaria CEO, Suvi Sharma. “Solaria PowerXT modules deliver tremendous value to installers and homeowners when it comes to reducing system costs, enabling customers to achieve peak performance and profitability.”

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