Eclipsall adds selective emitter to PV fab

Solar PV panel maker Eclipsall has integrated selective emitter technology into its manufacturing process.

November 28, 2011 — Solar PV panel maker Eclipsall has integrated selective emitter technology into its photovoltaics manufacturing process.

Selective emitter solar cell fab more efficiently controls the phosphorous concentration, increasing solar cell’s photovoltaic area.

Selective-emitter-based solar cells are responsive to the needs of lower-light regions like Ontario, outside of the global Sunbelt, noted Les Lyster, CEO of Eclipsall.

Eclipsall manufactures high performance 60 and 72 cell PV modules from its 160,000 square foot facility in Toronto.

Eclipsall Energy Group is a vertically integrated solar company.  Already established as a manufacturer of high performance 60 and 72 cell PV modules, the company has since added an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) division, Eclipsall Solar, as well as a project development and financing division, Eclipsall Development. Learn more at http://www.eclipsall.com/.

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