Boviet Solar USA Introduces New Line of 72-Cell and 60-Cell, High Efficiency Solar Modules for 2017

Latest Solar Panel Innovations from Boviet Solar USA Include New Mono and Poly Modules, PERC Modules, and New Quick Install Modules with Built-In Racking

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Boviet Solar USA, the North American arm of Boviet Solar Technology Co., Ltd., a global leader in the manufacture of high-quality photovoltaic technology, has released its newest state-of-the-art solar modules scheduled to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2017. Included in the new module lineup are 60-cell poly and mono modules, 72-cell poly and mono modules, Boviet's new PERC (Passive Emitter Rear Contact) modules, and a new rooftop solar module with built-in rail-less systems.


Boviet's new 2017 solar modules include a 72-cell polycrystalline PERC module with power output from 330W to 335W and a 72-cell monocrystalline PERC module with a power output from 340W to 345W.

Thanks to PERC technology, a solar module can deliver up to 10 percent more power in a smaller PV footprint. PERC panels are more efficient and come with the same effective lifespan and warranties as other modules, therefore delivering more power-per-dollar over the life of the solar array. Boviet polycrystalline modules deliver 97.5 percent of rated power capacity in year one and are guaranteed to deliver 80.7 percent power after 25 years.

Boviet also is introducing new triple black PERC 60-cell modules - black frame, black back sheet, and black PV cells. The new 60-cell PERC panels are rated for a power output of 280W to 290W for the poly version and 285W to 290W for the mono version.

To simplify rooftop installation, Boviet will also begin shipping a new 60-cell triple-black mono module with an integrated mounting system and power optimizer. Rated at 275-280W output, these new modules were developed in partnership with Spice Solar and SolarEdge and have built-in rail-less systems that enables these modules to be installed in less than half the time of conventional rooftop arrays.

"We are seeing more demand for high-efficiency modules, especially as the manufacturing cost of PERC n-type modules continues to drop," said Eric Ma, PhD., President and General Manager of Boviet Solar USA. "Thanks to our superior engineering and manufacturing capabilities, Boviet is able to offer one of the most comprehensive lines of high-efficiency solar modules available. Our objective is to give distributors and installers the right product at the right price from a single supplier - Boviet Solar USA."

For more information, visit www.bovietsolarusa.com.

About Boviet Solar USA

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Boviet Solar USA is the North American arm of Boviet Solar Technology Co. Ltd., the largest manufacturer of solar cells and panels in Vietnam. A wholely owned subsidiary of Powerway Alloy Materials Co., Boviet Solar USA delivers commercial-grade solar modules, cells, and related products to contractors, integrators, and distributed generation (DG) providers across the country. Boviet Solar USA offers innovative, state-of-the-art technology products developed and manufactured at the company's 530,000 square foot facility in Vietnam, which is designed to produce 700MW of solar cell and module capacity each year. Boviet Solar USA also delivers solar products where and when they are needed, shipping from six fully stocked warehouses located in Arizona, California, Georgia, New Jersey, and South Carolina.

For more information about Boviet Solar USA and its complete line of solar modules and cells, visit www.bovietsolarusa.com.

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