Navitas Solar Launches Bonito Module Series to Enable Faster Adoption of Solar In Commercial Spaces
Navitas Green Solutions Pvt Ltd announces the launch of its Bonito Series.
October 06, 2022. By News Bureau
Bonito has several advantages, such as improved shading tolerance, high power, lower LCOE (Levelized Cost of Energy) and system cost, and superior temperature performance. As a result, it will also enable faster adoption of solar energy in large commercial spaces including conglomerates and manufacturing units.
The module comprises a white back sheet, 3.2 mm thick anti-reflective tempered glass, and a silver and anodized aluminum alloy frame.
The Bonito series cells are cut by a no-water Non-Destructive Laser Cutting (NDLC) process, which divides the solar cell into halves by adjusting temperatures, increasing the solar panel's power output. Half-cut technology lowers the overall cost of a solar system, resulting in a lower LCOE.
Commenting on the launch, Ankit Singhania, Co-Founder and Director of Navitas Solar, said, "We are excited to launch our latest Bonito Module series. We anticipate substantial and consistent demand for high-power solar modules in the future. The highly competitive Indian market, awareness of the balance of system (BOS), and product performance are additional benefits of adopting high-power modules. We hope to transform India with our solar modules for a sustainable future.”
Bonito Modules are available in two models: Bonito Pro and Bonito Max. The Bonito Pro series modules are 9 BB Mono PERC Half Cut Solar Modules available in 144 & 156 cells that can generate from 435 to 500 watts with 21.47% efficiency.
The Bonito Max series modules are 10 BB Mono PERC Half Cut Solar Modules available in 144 & 156 cells that can generate from 530 to 600 watts with 21.67% efficiency.
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