Bluebird Solar Unveils M10 Series To Drive India’s Green Energy Revolution

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These high-efficiency panels, ranging from 400W to 550W, will accelerate India’s green energy transition, helping the company achieve its ambitious 2 GW expansion target by 2025. 

Bluebird Solar Pvt Ltd has taken a significant stride in contributing to the country’s green energy transition with the introduction of its latest M10 series of products. This new product line showcases four premium mono-facial and bifacial half-cut solar PV modules, boasting capacities ranging from 400W to 550W. A standout feature of these panels is their groundbreaking 30-year linear performance warranty, setting a new industry standard.

These advanced, high-efficiency modules offer versatile cell configurations, ranging from 108 cells to 144 cells, catering to various energy requirements. Utilizing cutting-edge M10 cell technology, Bluebird Solar panels promise enhanced efficiency and performance. Available in both mono-facial and bi-facial categories, they are suitable for a wide range of applications and demands, with bi-facial options available in both glass-glass and glass-transparent back sheet variants.

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Rohit Tikku, CEO of Bluebird Solar Pvt Ltd, emphasized the company’s commitment to fostering a smooth transition towards clean energy. “Our new M10 product range will significantly contribute to our goal of achieving a 2 GW expansion by FY2025, ultimately aiding the country in meeting its renewable energy targets,” he stated. He also highlighted Bluebird Solar’s dedication to leveraging cutting-edge technological innovations to manufacture high-quality and high-efficiency products.

Bluebird Solar operates a state-of-the-art 400MW fully automated manufacturing unit sprawled across 5 acres of land. Equipped with cutting-edge robotics technology, this facility ensures the production of super-efficient solar PV modules. Furthermore, the use of top-tier raw materials guarantees unrivaled performance in Bluebird solar panels. With a scalable manufacturing line, Bluebird is currently producing 10BB modules and has the potential to expand to produce 20BB PV Modules in the future. All Bluebird solar panels undergo rigorous 2EL testing to ensure microcrack-free PV modules, upholding the highest standards of quality and durability. This latest move by Bluebird Solar marks a significant step towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly energy future. With their innovative M10 series, the company aims to play a pivotal role in India’s green energy transition while setting a new industry benchmark for quality and performance in solar panels.

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