Perlight Solar - USA Series Solar Modules Now CEC Listed

Perlight solar modules designed and made in America have been approved for use in California.

Torrance, California April 11, 2012


Perlight Solar's line of USA Series solar modules is now listed for use by the California Energy Commission. All major manufacturing steps for American-made modules are done in Texas, including cell tabbing, stringing, layup and lamination. These panels are designed to take advantage of the domestic PV supply chain and can include over 90% domestic content, making it perfect for Buy American, ARRA and Ex-Im Bank funded projects.

The USA Series includes high efficiency monocrystalline modules such as 60-cell 250w and larger 80-cell 350w modules. Product has already shipped out to projects in Arizona, Florida, Maryland, New York and Ohio.

Gideon Needleman, Perlight's Business Development Director commented, "We are very excited to be making our solar panels in the USA. People and businesses support solar power because they care where their energy comes from. By manufacturing solar panels in America, we prove that sustainable energy and sustainable jobs go hand in hand."

ABOUT PERLIGHT SOLAR
Perlight Solar Co., Ltd. is an integrated solar module manufacturer with operations in North America, Europe and Asia. Perlight Solar is a subsidiary of the Baolite Group, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The headquarters is located in Zhejiang, China and contains cell & module manufacturing. North American operations are coordinated from the southern California office with additional module production in Texas.

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