Thursday, 20 January 2022 11:05

LG launches new 415W LG NeON H+ solar module as part of 2022 Australian solar range


Three new modules feature LG half cut gap-free technology for enhanced efficiency as solar power continues evolving and shining brightly as a sustainable energy source.

LG Electronics has announced its new enhanced-efficient LG NeON H+ solar range for the Australian market.

The range includes the flagship 415W LG NeON H+, as well as the LG NeON H+ White 410W and the aesthetically pleasing LG NeON H+ Black 410W models.

The range uses what LG says is its innovative half-cut cells, gap-free design and a new wiring technology, with this combination of tech boosting output, increasing resistance to thermal stress and external impact as well as providing a sleek uniform and aesthetically pleasing look.

LG estimates that, at 25 years, a typical 10 kWp NeON H+ 410W installation can produce an additional 32,632 kWh when compared to an installation using the same 10kWp conventional 370W panels.

“The introduction of the NeON H+ range provides the type of high-efficiency and high-quality solution which is increasingly sought after by Australian homeowners,” said Gus Paviani, General Manager - Solar and Energy, LG Electronics Australia.

“Backed by LG’s 25-year product and performance warranty, this module gives confidence about outstanding performance and durability, while reducing a home’s energy footprint. As more consumers adopt electric cars and add battery storage to their homes, the average solar system is likely to reach 15kWp in the coming years, assuming it follows the national trend over the past 10 years.

"High efficiency and low degradation panels such as the NeON range are designed to maximize the roof space and cater for consumers future energy needs. All these new solar modules are made by LG Electronics in our state-of-the-art solar factories in South Korea.”

With an exceptional temperature coefficient of -0.33 percent per degree Celsius, LG says its N-type half-cut cells are less adversely affected by hot temperatures than other solar panels on the market.

Performance is further boosted by the gap-free design which reduces the distance energy must travel by eliminating the empty space between cells. NeON H+ range is designed with cells that overlap by 0.5 millimeters, eliminating the gap altogether which allows more cells to fit in the same amount of space. This innovation can also help protect the wiring connecting the cells from external impact.

LG notes its NeON H+ modules come with a 25-year warranty for a performance level of 90.6 percent of initial performance at 25 years of continuous use. As an added benefit the updated design gives the module a sleek, seamless and stylish appearance on any structure, complimenting any roofing materials as well.

Additional 2022 LG solar range updates

LG Electronics also announced updates to its LG NeON H BiFacial and Commercial solar panel range.

The LG NeON H BiFacial will now include three new models: 440W, 445W and 450W, which can absorb sunlight from both the front and rear sides of their cells by using a transparent back sheet. This LG bifacial technology is designed to provide up to 30% of higher energy production when installed under optimal conditions.

New models for the commercial line-up include: 460W, 465W and 470W commercial models, which feature high module efficiency of up to 21.4%.

More information about the entire LG solar range is here.

You can also download Part 1 and Part 2 of LG's 7 reasons to buy LG solar panels here

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