Panasonic

Panasonic, a leader in consumer electronics, business solutions and industrial components, has been in the solar business for 40 years, providing high efficiency and high quality solar panels HIT® for over 17 years. With so many years of experience, Panasonic's corporate goal is to provide durable, efficient and high performance products to its customers.

State-of- the-Art Heterojunction Technology
Panasonic’s unique cell structure uses ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers. These thin dual layers reduce carrier loss, resulting in higher energy output than conventional panels.

Original Pyramid Structure
The rough surface of conventional panels reflects sunlight out of the cell.  Our unique pyramid structure captures sunlight more efficiently by reducing reflection and directing light inside the cells. The additional sunlight absorption generates more electricity output for your home.

High-efficiency at High Temperatures
As temperatures increase, solar panels often sputter and go weak.  Thanks to our unique cell structure, Panasonic HIT® continues to perform at high levels throughout the year.

Advanced Bifacial Cell Designed for Increased Energy Output
The ingenious bifacial cell generates energy from both sides, effectively capturing both short wavelength and long wavelength light entering the panel. Typically, more diffuse, or longer wavelength light – like early morning or late day light – would contribute very little to the overall energy production of the panel due to the angle of the light waves.  With Panasonic panels, more light is captured and converted into energy. 

Unique Water Drainage
The water drainage system prevents rain water accumulation and eliminates water stains from the panel surface. 

The Highest Testing Standards 
Merely good is not good enough for us, or for you. Rigid performance testing under all conditions helps us guarantee you decades of safe, efficient operation. That’s why we demand our testing criteria be more stringent than “acceptable” industry standards. In fact, our testing protocol demands that we perform 20 additional tests beyond those mandated by current standards.