RenewSys launches DESERV Galactic Ultra 505+ Wp solar module

RenewSys has launched ‘DESERV Galactic Ultra’ a range of high output modules that have been engineered using half-cut mono-PERC G1 (158.75 mm) Solar PV cells to phenomenally increase output and performance, even at higher temperatures. These also perform significantly better than full cell module under shading conditions.

DESERV Galactic Ultra HI series has been designed and engineered to provide high output (505+ Wp), at a lower voltage that ensures longer string length. The total power per string can be increased by up to 20%. This in turn assures savings not just on the amount of land required to set up a plant, but on the entire gamut of material needed to set up the plant, commonly referred to as BOS, making this the ideal choice for rooftop and utility scale solar power plants. It is compatible with all installation schemes including single and double tracker systems.

The company in a statement said DESERV Galactic Ultra HV series has been designed especially for pumping applications with a voltage of 60.94 V. This results in a 60% reduction in the number of required to set up a pump with a voltage that is 10% higher than modules otherwise used in solar pumps.

Nandkumar Pai, CEO PV Cells and Modules said, “There are four key drivers that we keep in mind when launching a new product, Reliability, Sustainability, Affordability- balance between cost and efficiency, with LCOE being a key area, and Versatility – a product that can seamlessly be incorporated into rooftop, off-grid, pumping and utility scale projects.

And the key to these is innovation, which is the fundamental value that is our driving force. We have been greatly encouraged by the support that the Government and the MNRE has been giving Make in India, which has only made our resolve to deliver world class products even stronger. DESERV Galactic Ultra is a product of this determination and commitment to making Made In India solar PV modules, the product of choice not just in India, but globally as well.”