Mage Solar extends its module and power guarantee


By using high-grade materials for module production, Mage Solar has been able to expand the product and power guarantee of its modules to 10 years and 30 years respectively.

Mage applies strict functional tests and international certifications in order to confirm the requirements for the reliability and durability of all Mage Powertech modules, by putting its modules through this process; the company is confident in extending its guarantees.

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“We firmly believe in the quality of our solar modules; therefore the extension of the product and power guarantees is a logical result”, explains Mr. Philipp, CEO of Mage. “With this decision we reinforce our demand for quality leadership in the photovoltaic industry, which clearly sets us apart from other providers in the market.”

The company aims to attract a new customer base, as well as extending its existing orders, as local distributors and global partners alike will benefit from this move.

The new guarantee terms apply to all crystalline modules with delivery date August 1, 2009 or later.

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