Advanced Solar Photonics Introduces Line of Glass-to-Glass Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Modules

Next Generation American Made Modules to Debut at Intersolar North America on July 10-12 in San FranciscoAdvanced Solar Photonics, LLC (ASP), an American manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) equipment and provider of turnkey alternative energy systems, today announced it is introducing a line of next generation glass-to-glass PV modules at Intersolar North America 2012 on July 10-12 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.The dual sided glass module (G2G) series will include a range of products featuring bifacial cells, framed and frameless construction, and optical tracking front sheets with micro lenses.

G2G PV solar panels feature thinner tempered glass, which reduces the distance light travels, thereby increasing overall module efficiency 10 percent. To further increase efficiency, ASP modules feature a holographic material sandwiched between the silicon and EVA layers maximizing the time per day they can generate electricity from the sun.

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