Suniva makes its 265W and 310W OPTimus modules available for Q4 shipments

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Suniva advised that it will be making its 265W (60-cell) and 310W (72-cell) OPTimus series monocrystalline modules available for Q4 shipments beginning this month. The module series are certified as PID-free by PV Evolution labs, have passed reliability/stress performance tested by Fraunhofer ISE and passed IEC slat spray extended severity level 6.

“Product availability is equally important as innovation. In an industry which suffers from far too many wild promises and rarely delivering what is promised, we are proud to deliver the high power products that we market. There’s a vast difference between showcasing a “champion” product with very limited availability and actually shipping that product in volume to customers,” said Bryan Ashley, chief marketing officer, Suniva. “We consider our execution a testimony to our ability to deliver what we promise and maintain our high-quality standards.”

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