Semiconductor cross-pollination strategy gained from parent company Panjit Group provides Aide Solar with a competitive edge
TEMPE, Ariz. & XUZHOU, China — (BUSINESS WIRE) — March 8, 2011 — Demonstrating its expertise and commitment to cutting-edge manufacturing techniques, Aide Solar ( http://www.aidesolar.com) today announced that it is consistently producing a high volume of 195 Watt monocyrstalline solar modules with a 15.27% module efficiency rating at a 125mm cell size. With more power per square meter, these compact and highly efficient solar modules provide Aide Solar customers with a cost-effective solution that is easier to handle and install in limited spaces.
“The ability to repeatedly mass produce such an energy dense module at this level of consistency is a significant accomplishment that we couldn’t have achieved without our semiconductor cross-pollination manufacturing strategy,” said Eddy Fang, director of World Marketing, Aide Solar. “By integrating the advanced semiconductor device fabrication processes and disciplines of our parent company the Panjit Group into our solar cell production lines, we’ve gained a significant competitive edge.”
As a subsidiary of the Panjit Group, Aide Solar is well-positioned to continue technology innovation and new product development. This unparalleled level of manufacturing control and expertise ultimately allows Aide Solar to provide solar integrators, installers and original equipment manufacturers with quality and affordable integrated solar solutions to serve the residential, consumer and utility markets.
About Aide Solar
Aide Solar is a large-scale producer of photovoltaic modules with North American headquarters in Tempe, Arizona. Based in Xuzhou City, China, Aide Solar was established in 2003 and became a subsidiary of the Taiwan-based Panjit Group in 2007. Ranked as one of China’s leading solar panel manufacturing companies with customers worldwide, Aide Solar is committed to technology innovation and providing the best customer experience in the industry. To learn more about Aide Solar, please visit http://www.aidesolar.com or call 480-388-3226. You are also invited to follow Aide Solar on, Twitter @aidesolar or Facebook.
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