Yingli is launching three new UL-certified PV module series in the U.S.
Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Ltd., one of the world’s leading solar PV module manufacturers, sent word that its launching three new module series in the United States.
Smart Modules with embedded optimizers
Yingli Smart Module Series, certified by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), features integrated module-level power optimizers produced by SolarEdge. Ideal for the residential and commercial market segments, Yingli Smart Modules increase energy harvest at the module level and enable more flexible system design thanks to embedded SolarEdge power optimizers.
60-cell frameless with new glass
Yingli’s TwinMAX 60 Cell is a frameless module comprised of two layers of 2.5 mm thick semi-tempered glass, which replaced the conventional back sheet and glass structure. As the backside makes use of the reflected light from the surroundings, the modules can yield up to 30 percent more power, depending on the albedo. Ideal for harsh environment conditions, TwinMAX modules carry a 30-year linear warranty, which could provide more than 20 percent power gain for customers compared to industry standard 25-year linear warranty.
P-type cells with anti-reflective coating
The UL-Certified YLM Series is built with P-type monocrystalline cells that offer high conversion efficiency and high-transmission glass with a unique anti-reflective coating that directs more light on the solar cells, resulting in a higher energy yield. YLM Series are available in both 60-cell and 72-cell series which enhances its versatility for a wide range of applications going from residential and commercial projects to large-scale power plants.
The three new module series will be introduced to the U.S. market at Solar Power International on Sept. 12-15. Head to booth #1815 in Las Vegas Convention Center to learn more.
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