Mitsubishi Electric’s high-output solar panels reduce installation cost
In a bid to lower the cost of solar energy, Mitsubishi Electrichas come up with ten new models of high-output solar panels, five ofwhich will be marketed in Europe and the rest in North America andAsia. The new range includes panels with outputs ranging from 210W to235W.
The high output of the panels means that alesser number of panels are used to complete a system, which helps inreducing the installation and labor costs. The panels have an increasednumber of bus bars from two to four, which also reduces the internalresistance of each PV cell, thereby increasing the cell output by 3%.
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