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REC are switching all output in Singapore to TwinPeak solar panels

REC have been our preferred supplier for years now; we like the quality, the higher outputs and the long term stability of the company. We also appreciate the irony of one of the leading PV module manufacturers coming from one of the world’s major oil and gas exporter - Norway.


This news - reported on the Cleantechnica blog - sets out how REC is switching all the output from its factories in Singapore to the more powerful and efficient TwinPeak series panels. We started fitting these innovative panels last year and our customers like the higher outputs from fewer panels. 

  

Technical advances in PV continue at a fair old lick, and panels such as the REC TwinPeak series continue the trend of getting more units of electricity from less M2 of roof space and for less money.  

Read the story here.

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