REC Group’s ‘N-Peak Black’ series panels offers rooftop performance with stylish aesthetics

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The full black version (black backsheet and frame) delivers high power output of up to 325 watt peak and is ideal for customers with limited roof space or partial shading. Its super-strong frame carries loads of up to 7,000 Pa. Image: REC Group

REC Group has launched its latest edition to its ‘N-Peak’ series panels, designed with residential rooftop stylish aesthetics and high-performance needs. The all black n-Type monocrystalline panels come with a performance rating of up to 325Wp with REC’s 20-year product warranty, and with an extra five years for installations carried out by REC-certified Solar Professionals.

Problem

Panel aesthetics for rooftop applications matter more than ever, while the demand for higher performance to reduce the BOS costs in subsidy-free markets is also increasing. With solar uptake on the rise everywhere, more and more commercial and residential customers are looking for solar installations that look as great as they perform.

Solution

The entire REC N-Peak Series applies REC’s TwinPeak technology for first time with n-Type mono half-cut cells with a twin-panel design. The full black version (black backsheet and frame) delivers high power output of up to 325 watt peak and is ideal for customers with limited roof space or partial shading. Its super-strong frame carries loads of up to 7,000 Pa. 

Applications

Residential and commercial rooftops. 

Platform

The REC N-Peak Series has extra support bars across the rear of the panel, greatly boosting its strength and durability, and allowing loads of up to 7000 Pa – far exceeding the 5400 offered by conventional panels. A 20-year product warranty is given, and with an extra five years for installations carried out by REC-certified Solar Professionals. REC also guarantees a final warranted power output of at least 86% after 25 years of operation.

Availability

April 2019, onwards.

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