LG Solar Panels & Systems - Wholesale Prices
LG Solar Panels | Mono-X & NeoN Black Frame Modules & Systems
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LG Solar Panel Benefits
· All Mono X solar panels feature Monocrystalline Mono X solar cell technology
These state-of-the-art LG solar panels are manufactured with 25 years of in-depth R&D and more than half century of consumer electronics. This research lead to the development of the attractive black NeoN solar cell for the Mono-X solar module.
LG photovoltaic PV modules are perfect for residential and commercial grid-connected applications. Using systematic quality assurance in their manufacturing process, LG promises to provide their customers with unmatched product performance.
LG Solar Module Models
Industry Leading Support Policy
LG has an industry leading support policy that comprises a 5-year product warranty, 12-year 90% power warranty, and 25-year 80% power warranty.
LG developed the core standard specifications for a solar module and became an official test laboratory certified by TÜV Rheinland and Underwriters Laboratories.
LG Electronics History
LG was originally established in 1958 as GoldStar, producing radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners. The LG Group was a merger of two Korean companies, Lucky and GoldStar, from which the abbreviation of LG was derived. The current "Life's Good" slogan is a backronym. Before the corporate name change to LG, household products were sold under the brand name of Lucky, while electronic products were sold under the brand name of GoldStar.
In January 2009 LG was able to buy the domain name, LG.com, placing it among the companies who own their two letter brand's domain name.
In 1994 GoldStar gained sponsorship from The 3DO Company to make the first 3DO Interactive Multiplayer. In 1995, GoldStar was renamed LG Electronics, and acquired Zenith Electronics of the United States. LG Solar Energy is a subsidiary formed in 2007 to allow LG Chem to supply polysilicon to LG Electronics for production of solar cells to manufacture solar panels. In 2008, LG took its first dive into the solar-panel manufacturing pool, as it announced a preliminary deal to form a joint venture with Conergy. Under the deal, set to be completed by year's end, LG would acquire a 75 percent stake in Conergy's Frankfurt solar-panel plant for LG solar panels.