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Mar 21st, 2012
ET Solar’s launches new generation of PV modules based on the quasi-mono technology
ET Solar Group Corp. ("ET Solar") announced the launch of its new Moly PV modules series at the Ecobuild exhibition in London.
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  • Quasi-mono crystalline silicon wafers have mostly monocrystalline structure, square shape and lower oxygen content
  • These advantages allow higher efficiency, larger module active area and lower efficiency degradation in time

The Moly modules series are high performance solar photovoltaic modules which use the new mono-like cell technology, with high-grade polysilicon materials as ultimate feedstock.

Also known as quasi-mono cells, they can achieve conversion efficiencies of up to 18.2%, whilst the module itself delivers conversion efficiencies of up to 15.72%. This level of efficiency is nearly as high as those of mono-crystalline modules, and the Moly modules are
manufactured at a lower unit cost. Furthermore, the solar cells used for the Moly Modules contain a substantially lower amount of oxygen than conventional mono-crystalline cells, which allows for less power degradation.

With the launch of The Moly Modules Series, ET Solar is able to offer 2 categories of module, one with a power output of up to 255 Watts with 60 solar cells and the other rated at 305 Watts with 72 solar cells. The new modules are offered under ET Solar’s 25-year linear power
performance warranty, along with a 10-year workmanship warranty and global technical support. ET Solar’s modules suite are all certified by established international agencies, and ideally suited for all types of installations: residential, commercial, industrial and utility.



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