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SolarBridge supplies microinverters to NESL-USA’s AC module system

SolarBridge Technologies and NESL-USA have partnered in order to provide an AC module system using SolarBridge’s microinverter. The module is backed by an end-to-end 25-year warranty. The NESL AC module system uses SolarBridge’s Pantheon microinverter in the pre-assembled panel, with the company offering its AC module system up to 250W per panel.

“We strive to stay ahead of the curve to provide our clients with the latest technology,” said Alex Liu, NESL-USA president. “It is our initiative to bring the most simplified, safe, and cost effective system to our clients without sacrificing performance or quality.”


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