Solaria has introduced its PowerXT 330Wp and 400Wp modules optimized for residential and commercial rooftops respectively. Both the modules are targeted at rapidly-growing sector of the clean energy market.
The high output modules are built on the company’s proprietary technology – which utilizes an advanced cell interconnect and module production processes.
The modules significantly boost power generation while eliminating reliability challenges that can reduce conventional PV modules’ long-term performance said the company in a statement.
“We’re thrilled to be introducing PowerXT 330Wp and 400Wp modules to the rapidly growing solar market,” said Solaria CEO Suvi Sharma. “This innovation represents Solaria’s latest step in our industry-leading efficiency roadmap. Solaria PowerXT™ modules meet the needs of solar installers keen to maximize power deployment on their customers’ roofs – enabling them to install safe, clean, renewable and reliable on-site power plants.”
In order to meet rapidly growing customer demand, Solaria has established a manufacturing partnership with SolarPark in Korea. This is in addition to Solaria’s module production capacity located in Fremont, California.