Boviet Solar USA, the North American arm of Vietnam-based manufacturer Boviet Solar Technology Co. Ltd., has launched new solar modules and plans to begin shipping them in the first quarter of this year. Included in the new module lineup are 60-cell poly and mono modules, 72-cell poly and mono modules, Boviet’s new passive emitter rear contact (PERC) modules, and a new rooftop solar module with built-in rail-less systems.
According to the company, its new modules include a 72-cell polycrystalline PERC module with a power output from 330 W to 335 W and a 72-cell monocrystalline PERC module with a power output from 340 W to 345 W.
Boviet also is introducing new triple-black PERC 60-cell modules, which feature black frames, black back sheets and black PV cells. The new 60-cell PERC panels are rated for a power output of 280 W to 290 W for the poly version and 285 W to 290 W for the mono version.
To help simplify rooftop installation, Boviet says it will also begin shipping a new 60-cell triple-black mono module with an integrated mounting system and power optimizer. Rated for a 275 W to 280W output, these new modules were developed in partnership with Spice Solar and SolarEdge and have built-in rail-less systems, which Boviet claims enable the modules to be installed in less than half the time of conventional rooftop arrays.
“We are seeing more demand for high-efficiency modules, especially as the manufacturing cost of PERC n-type modules continues to drop,” says Eric Ma, president and general manager of Boviet Solar USA. “Our objective is to give distributors and installers the right product at the right price from a single supplier – Boviet Solar USA.”