Solaria presents ultra-high-power solar modules
Comparison of solar panels – Solaria
Solaria Corporation, a provider of advanced solar energy products, has expanded its line of solar products. Solaria's new PowerXT 430R-PL (430 W) solar module offers a high power density and an optimized form factor. Solaria PowerXT 430R-PL solar modules will be available through solar and electrical distributors in North America in March 2022.
“Our customers asked about new solar panel options, higher performance and higher efficiency – and we listened,” said Tony Alvarez, CEO of Solaria. “The new PowerXT 430R-PL solar module delivers high performance with our patented Pure Black design and the lowest weight per square foot. In addition, the PowerXT 430R-PL is optimized for next-generation module-level power electronics (MLPE), including the Enphase IQ7A and SolarEdge P505. "
“We know that our installation partners will appreciate a solar module that is easier to handle, transport and install,” continues Alvarez. “Solaria's goal has always been to develop an uncompromising panel that offers excellent aesthetics, performance and reliability. I am proud of our team that they use their decades of experience to develop the best solar modules available on the market today. "
"Solaria deserves our highest recommendation, without a doubt," said Jim Gitas, vice president of Your Energy Solutions, a solar installer in Northern California. “Solaria has superior panel aesthetics and a fundamentally better solar cell architecture. Solaria is one of the very few private solar companies based in the USA. Discerning homeowners want the best, and our team and customers choose Solaria modules before anyone else. Solaria delivers solid performance and reliability. "
By using the patented cell design, the modular architecture and the assembly techniques of Solaria, Solaria PowerXT modules significantly increase power generation. The high power density enables solar installers to maximize performance and energy yield on customers' rooftops while providing an architectural finish.