Our technical experts have devoted themselves to design a PV module that addresses a number of issues with conventional panel offerings. The e-Max panel takes performance and reliability to new heights", said Les Lyster, CEO of Eclipsall.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) May 14, 2012
Eclipsall today announced the introduction of its latest product offering, the e-Max solar module. The e-Max 60 cell module provides a range of innovative performance features that take conventional solar PV panel performance to new levels.
Eclipsall’s e-max panel provides maximum power output and solar cell efficiency at 275 watts. The introduction of the e-Max product is targeted at roof-top installations where maximum power density is critical.
The e-Max panel’s new ribbon technology reduces cell shading and ensures less internal power loss. The e-Max panel also optimizes the power output of higher efficiency cells.
The new panel also boasts Anti-Reflective glass, which enables increases in light transmission into the glass and a corresponding increase in the energy output of the panel.
“Although many refer to solar panels as a commodity product, customers are nonetheless looking for high quality and performance. This is one of the few commodity products that is expected to perform at a high level for decades. Consequently, our technical experts have devoted themselves to design a PV module that addresses a number of issues with conventional panel offerings. The e-Max panel takes performance and reliability to new heights. We’re excited to be able to offer this new product to our customers,” said Les Lyster, CEO of Eclipsall.
Eclipsall Energy Group is a vertically integrated solar company. Already established as a manufacturer of high performance 60 and 72 cell PV modules, the company has since added an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) division, Eclipsall Solar, as well as a project development and financing division, Eclipsall Development. The Eclipsall Energy Group has projects under development in North America, South America, Africa, India, and Europe.