Vikram Solar launches the Somera Prexos Collection 6 modules

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Vikram Solar, an India-based module maker, solar EPC player and O&M solution provider, has launched its Series 6 modules – Somera and Prexos – with next-generation M6 cell types – an advanced technology module .

The series 6 modules offer a higher output of up to 505 Wp and an efficiency of more than 21%. The company finds that the modules are cost effective, reduce the overall cost of the project, and increase project-level cost savings for customers. The specially developed modules require less land, which leads to lower costs for cabling, construction work, and operation and maintenance (O&M).

“Our research and development efforts focus on continuous innovation to generate higher returns on customer investments,” said Saibaba Vutukuri, CEO of Vikram Solar. “The lowering of energy costs (LCOE) is at the heart of the Series 6 modules. With this introduction, we have further strengthened our product portfolio for all customer segments. “

Vikram’s Series 6 Multi-Busbar Modules (MBB) will be available in both monofacial and bifacial categories and will be referred to as Somera Series 6 and Prexos Series 6, respectively. Both are equipped with the technologically advanced M6 cell and Mono PERC technology and are available in variants of 120, 144 and 156 half-cut cells. The 120 half-cut cell variant is available exclusively for the US and international markets.

The technological advances used in the development of the new 6 Series products ensure that the half-cut MB PV modules will perform better even in low-light and partial-shade environments, allowing solar energy to be used in previously unprofitable locations and at different levels Terrain can be used. The modules have been designed with a specially curated number and busbar shape that ensure greater efficiency and increase the performance and performance of the module.

For more information on Vikram Solar’s Series 6 solar modules, click here.

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