Gautam Solar announced this week that its 545 Wp Series of ten busbar (10BB) monocrystalline PERC solar panels has been enlisted in the Approved List of Models and Manufacturers (ALMM) by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).
The latest update to the ALMM, released on January 25, 2023, saw the addition of 80 of Gautam Solar’s high-efficiency solar panels including mono PERC 10BB half-cut (440 Wp/520 Wp DCR and 450 Wp/545 Wp/550 Wp Non-DCR) and mono PERC 5BB full-cell 400 Wp panels.
This range of modules has been designed for utility scale, commercial and industrial (C&I), and residential sectors, both in ground-mounted and rooftop installations.
Gautam Solar’s mono 10BB modules features bigger M10 cells for higher power generation, multi-busbar technology for lower electrical losses, round ribbon connectors for better light utilization, and bifacial PERC technology for power generation from both sides. Other salient features include non-destructive laser-based cell cutting for higher reliability and lower chances of micro-cracks and half-cut cell technology for better low-light performance, stated the manufacturer.
The ALMM List is a key resource for individual customers and developers looking to procure solar PV panels in the country as it only includes panels that meet strict standards set by the MNRE.
Gautam Solar has four factories in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, for manufacturing solar modules and components. Its current capacity is 400 MW and is soon expanding to 1 GW.
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