Solar equipment manufacturer Mage Solar has introduced high-wattage versions of its signature premium-efficiency Powertec Plus solar modules (235 W and 240 W polycrystalline, and 245 W and 250 W monocrystalline). Equipped with positive 5-W tolerances and a 30-year 80% power guarantee, the company says its new solar module line will generate more power per square foot than ever. The 240-W polycrystalline solar module is also available as fully ARRA-compliant for the U.S. market.
Another highlight is the recent rollout of the the company’s ACPV solar module with frame-attached microinverter. Like all of the company’s solar modules, the AC-module features performance warranties and guarantees, but distinguishes itself from other AC solar modules by extending the 30-year product warranty to the solar inverter element as well. The 60-cell polycrystalline AC-module is produced at Mage’s North American plant and UL-, CEC- and FSEC-listed, plus ARRA-compliant.
Here is some more of what to expect at Mage Solar’s booth (#3119) at Solar Power International 2012 in Orlando this September.
Mage says its time-saving and easy to use technology has made its Systemtec a popular mounting solution for ground mounts and pitched roofs. New at SPI, the company will feature its Knubix 100, an extremely light-weight, non-penetrating mounting system for large-scale industrial and commercial flat roofs. Its aerodynamic aluminum design is engineered in Germany and TÜV-certified.
Mage Solar says it partners with top-of-the-line solar inverter companies from around the world to offer the most efficient and highest yielding photovoltaic system solution for every installation. The newest member to the family of string inverters, power optimizers, and microinverters is SolarBridge which provides the Pantheon II inverter for the Mage Powertec Plus AC solar module.
Mage Solar is partnering with several leading financial providers to make sensible financing options available to its customers as part of its turn-key PV-solution portfolio. Customers and end-users have the choice between several different loan and financing options.
Mage Solar Academy has continually expanded its course offerings to satisfy the rapidly growing demand for quality PV training for professionals. On September 17, the academy will roll out part of its curriculum as an online-supported format allowing registered students to conveniently access the academy’s familiar in-depth and quality instruction in a convenient and time-efficient manner. More information on schedules, content, and registration will follow before SPI in Orlando.