QSolar introduces new high end solar panels that produce higher power output

Source: QSolar Ltd

QSolar Limited (CNSX: QSL) has introduced new high end solar panels with power outputs from 260W to 300W, designed specifically to address the large scale utility solar power plant applications. These panels produce 30% higher power output in comparison to the previous highly successful 230W range.

As an example of the significance of these products, a 10MW solar power plant requires 43,000 230W panels and only 33,000 280W panels. The use of 10,000 fewer panels for the same total power requirement translates into faster installation time, fewer production components and consequently lower installation costs. An equivalent size plant, using thin film modules, having a larger size of 80W, would need 125,000 panels versus 33,000 of the QSolar 300W panels, making the installation costs and time significantly higher.

"We are excited to be in a position to address utility scale applications with the introduction of our high end solar panels. QSolar has significantly reduced the cost per watt using our proprietary Kruciwatt and Spraytek manufacturing processes. The introduction of the high end panels further reduces the installation costs which is now the lowest achievable overall cost in the industry," commented Andreas Tapakoudes, President & CEO of QSolar.

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