Boviet Solar recently announced a new branding for the Vietnamese solar panel company and now has changed the name of its panel lines.
Boviet’s monofacial PV modules are now called the Gamma Series, and its bifacial modules are now the Vega Series. These names were chosen because Vega is the brightest star in the Lyra Solar System and Gamma is the second brightest. Vega is also the second-brightest star in the northern hemisphere and the fifth brightest star of all. All future Boviet Solar product lines will also be named after stars.
“We think Vega and Gamma are the perfect images for our highly efficient monocrystalline monofacial and bifacial PV modules with their industry leading power output. Furthermore, star names make sense because our own Sun is of course a star — a star that makes solar energy possible here on Earth,” said Sienna Cen, President of American sales office Boviet Solar USA, which is located in San Jose, California.
Boviet Solar also announced new R&D initiatives. The company will continue to test PERC, half-cut, multi-busbar and large cell designs.
“Adapting and improving upon best-in-class PV technology has been a key driver behind Boviet Solar’s success and is central to our future. Technology is moving from p-type cell to n-type cell, new power classes of modules are now 600+W, and module technologies are moving to n-type TOPCon and HJT. We intend to remain at the forefront of researching and developing these technologies to remain a leader in the industry,” said Hui Huang, Director of R&D.
Boviet Solar has 1.5 GW of PERC cell manufacturing capacity and 1.5 GW of mono- and bifacial module manufacturing capacity. In addition to Vietnam and the United States, Boviet has offices in Germany and China.
“Whether you are an EPC, installer, contractor or project developer, we have the right PV module for your residential, commercial, industrial and utility-scale projects,” said Cen.
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