28 Jun '16, 12pm

Beamreach Solar introduces new lightweight PV panel

Sprint’s light weight allows it to be installed on nearly all commercial roofs that cannot currently support heavy conventional solar panels, which account for millions of commercial roofs around the world, says the company, dramatically expanding the commercial solar power market. In addition to offering a lighter weight panel, Beamreach Solar’s Sprint also has potential to provide customers with a better return on investment and a lower cost of electricity, with the company's following promises: More Power: Featuring maximum power capacities ranging from 290 watts to 320 watts, Sprint can generate up to 20 percent more power than conventional solar panels. An Ultra-Fast Install Process: Sprint uses a design that integrates racking into the panel, enabling an ultra-fast install process that requires no tools and no grounding. This allows Sprint panels to be installed up t...

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