First Solar Series 6 Modules
FIRST SOLAR SERIES 6 photovoltaic solar modules with higher efficiency using thin-film CdTe technology.
- Optimal Form Factor 420+ Watts per module means more watts per connection and lift, lowering structure and labor costs.
- Extensive Compatibility: Module design provides seamless mounting with common fixed-tilt and tracking applications
- Stable, Robust Packaging: Unique frame design allows for nested stacking maximizing shipping and handling efficiencies
First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) is changing the way the world is powered by creating truly sustainable solar energy solutions. First Solar manufactures solar panels with an advanced semiconductor technology and provides comprehensive PV system solutions. By constantly decreasing manufacturing costs, First Solar is creating an affordable and environmentally responsible alternative to fossil-fuel generation. First Solar modules are most effective when demand for traditional forms of energy is at its peak. First Solar set the benchmark for environmentally responsible product life cycle management by introducing the industry's first pre-funded, comprehensive collection and recycling program for solar panels. From raw material sourcing through end-of-life collection and recycling, First Solar is focused on creating cost-effective renewable energy solutions that protect and enhance the environment.
First Solar thin-film Series 3 photovoltaic solar modules have been listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) as meeting standards UL1703 and ULC1703 for use in PV systems up to 1,000 V. This system voltage is typical for utility-scale PV power plants. The company's modules were previously UL listed as meeting those standards for use in PV systems up to 600 V. FS Series 3 PV solar panels deliver higher efficiencies and lower voltages with the same form factor and semiconductor
FS Series 2 PV solar panels represent the latest advancements in solar technology, and are rapidly driving down the cost of solar electricity to rates comparable with traditional fossil fuel-based energy sources.