Kyocera launched its highest output solar panel

Kyocera-solar-panel-energyKyocera launched its highest output solar panel in the US, called aka solar module with almost 80 cells KD 315. This new module of solar panel is ideal for large scale installations like “solar covering parking.”

Last year Kyocera was the number 3 in solar panel selling in California. They are well known as solar powerhouse with long history of innovation in industry, a history of setting solar efficiency records.

More details about this new type of solar panel and their modules are described as following: “Designed for high output, safety and ease of installation, the UL certified KD 315 modules feature a UV stabilized, aesthetically pleasing black anodized frame; easily accessible ground points; proven junction box technology with 12 AWG PV wire to work with transformerless inverters and quality locking plug-in connectors for quick connections.”

The Kyocera Company has also just teamed with Nichicon to offer a “cleantech residential energy management system that brings together renewable energy electricity production, energy storage and management.”

This could be a good reason to use Kyocera solar panels.

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