1 SolTech receives UL/ETL certification for its latest module line

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1 SolTech has received full UL/ETL certification for its line of PV panels as well as passing the compliance and testing audit procedures for its factory. 1 SolTech modules feature three bus-bar mono-crystalline silicon cells with high-absorbency and enhanced low-light performance, produced by Suniva.

The cells are produced using low-reflective tempered glass 25% thicker than industry standards for superior durability; and lightweight, heavy-duty anodized aluminum alloy frames. Cell efficiency is rated at 18%, producing overall module efficiency of over 15%.

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Sandy Fardi, co-founder and CEO of 1 SolTech said, “Our U.S. production facility not only meets ‘Buy American’ initiatives, but also provides faster delivery and lower delivery costs than most of our competitors.”

“We selected 1 SolTech to supply PV solar panels because it was important to us and our customers to source from a true U.S. manufacturer, and because of the superior technical and structural merits of the product,” said Gary Jones, president of 411 NRG in Wichita Falls, Texas.

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