LG USA joins with Borrego Solar in launching PV modules

LG Electronics has joined with Borrego Solar to expand the presence of LG’s high-efficiency solar modules in the U.S. commercial market.

Under the agreement, LG will supply 24 MW of its Mono X series solar panels, through 2015 to Borrego Solar, which will sell to the commercial sector as an LG preferred strategic commercial integrator in North America.

The collaboration aligns with the market’s maturation and the move toward higher efficiency products, bringing North American customers high quality PV modules on the market.

Besides, the agreement adds a number of LG Electronics’ reliable products to Borrego Solar’s group.

With good market traction, LG’s Mono X series modules deliver an output of up to 305 watts with 18.6 percent module efficiency.

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The Mono X NeON produces energy from both the front and back, increasing cell efficiency. Semiconductor technology applications are used to increasing cell efficiency, which by doping and surface treatment process minimize cell imperfections with maximized uniformity.

This agreement will help to meet rising commercial market demand for top-tier, high-efficiency modules, enabling to maximize return on investment for customers providing quality throughout a system’s lifetime, commented, Mike Hall, CEO, Borrego Solar.

Recently, San Diego Airport has chosen LG Mono X modules for its installation in addition to several MWs of municipal landfill projects in Massachusetts.

Borrego Solar, in North American market has experienced the first-hand value that LG products bring to its customers, as LG systems have exceeded their expectations, said Ellen Kim, senior vice president, energy solutions, LG Electronics USA.

LG Mono X series modules come with an industry-leading warranty and are third-party quality tested and validated. Reliable design and controls contribute to a historically low warranty claim rate in the United States and around the world.
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