30 Aug '16, 10am

Boviet Solar launches 72-cell 1500 volt multicrystalline module to US market

Boviet Solar launches 72-cell 1500 volt multicrystalline module to US market

Boviet Solar Technology has added a 72-cell, 1500VDC multicrystalline module to its growing product portfolio, designed for the growing commercial and utility-scale demand in the US for the higher voltage modules. Vietnam-based PV module manufacturer Boviet Solar Technology has added a 72-cell, 1500VDC multicrystalline module to its growing product portfolio, designed for the growing commercial and utility-scale demand in the US for the higher voltage modules. Higher voltage systems are known to enable longer system module strings that reduce combiner box and wiring requirements, lowering upfront capital costs and reduce installation times, providing a lower LCOE (Levelised Cost of Electricity). Larger, 72-cell modules also reduce installation times for a given system size, due to lower unit requirements. Eric Ma, PhD president and managing director of Boviet Solar USA sai...

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