14 August 2012
Mage Solar will exhibit its latest module types and mounting systems at Solar Power International 2012, 11-13 September in Orlando, Florida.
Visitors to the Mage Solar booth #3119 can also learn more about Mage Solar Academy, which is now offering online courses.
Mage Solar has introduced special high-wattage versions of its signature premium-efficiency Mage Powertec Plus modules (235W and 240W polycrystalline, and 245W and 250W monocrystalline). Equipped with their positive 5W tolerances and 30-year, 80% power guarantee, Mage Solar says the new module line will generate more power per square foot. The 240W polycrystalline module is also available as fully ARRA-compliant US module.
Another highlight is the recent rollout of the Mage Solar AC-PV module with frame-attached microinverter. Like all Mage Powertec Plus modules, the AC-module features the Mage Solar module performance warranties and extends the 30-year product warranty to the inverter element as well. The 60-cell polycrystalline AC-module is produced at Mage Solar’s North American plant and UL-, CEC- and FSEC-listed, plus ARRA-compliant.
Also new at SPI: Knubix 100, a lightweight, non-penetrating mounting system for large-scale industrial and commercial flat roofs. Its aerodynamic aluminum design is engineered in Germany and TÜV-certified.
The newest member to the family of string inverters, power optimizers and microinverters is SolarBridge which provides the Pantheon II inverter for the Mage Powertec Plus AC module.
Additionally, on 17 September, Mage Solar Academy will roll out part of its curriculum as an online-supported format allowing registered students to access the academy’s instruction in a convenient and time-efficient manner.