Suntech HiPerforma Pluto Panels

by Mrs Cackle
(NSW Australia)

I'd love to hear feedback from others on the Suntech HiPerforma Pluto panels.

Happy New year to all from Down Under!

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Jan 22, 2011
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by: Tyson

Happy belated New Year Mrs. Cackle!

Solar Power Beginner featured some information about Suntech's "Pluto Technology" on the Suntech Solar Panels page (, but things change pretty quickly in the solar business.

According to the Suntech website, the HiPerforma monocrystalline modules can reach conversion efficiencies of over 16%. If anyone has any first hand experience with the modules, let us know how this compares to their real world performance.

With their high efficiency, durability, and sleek appearance, I would say that Suntech HiPerforma panels are a good candidate for "Best Solar Panel".

-Tyson Champagne

P.S. Suntech's Pluto technology is based on the PERL technology which was developed at the University of New South Wales in Australia. Chalk one up for the land down under!

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