LG Company - Trione Solar Energy

LG Company

LG has been manufacturing electrical goods since 1958 and have one of most stringent quality control procedures in their solar manufacturing facilities in Gumi, South Korea.

Since 2011 LG Solar has distributed over 70MW of panels being around 270 000 panels to Australian customers with a less than 10 panel warranty return rate. They have offices in every mainland city and the solar unit is based in Sydney.

Choosing the premium and efficient solar panels by LG, you can save your money over the years on your electricity bills and installation cost, when compared with standard panels. If you are seeking premium solar products, the LG panels are for you.

Solar panel brands we sell

REC TwinPeak 2 Mono modules features REC’s innovative design with the high panel efficiency and power output of monocrystalline cells.

Canadian Solar Inc. is one of the leading solar manufacturers in the world, delivering high efficiency solar cells.

Jinko Solar is one of the leading manufacturers of solar panels worldwide. Its vertically integrated production chain has a capacity of 3.2 GW.

Hanwha Q CELLS Co. Ltd. (NASDQ: HQCL) is one of the world’s largest and most recognized photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers for its high-performance, high-quality solar cells and modules.

Founded in 1997, and listed on the New York Stock Exchange since 2006, Trina Solar specializes in the manufacture of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and system integration.

LG has been manufacturing electrical goods since 1958 and have one of most stringent quality control procedures in their solar manufacturing facilities in Gumi, South Korea.

Since 1985 SunPower has been leading global solar innovation. SunPower solar panels® consistently deliver more energy and long-term peace of mind with the highest performing solar power systems available.

The Company, wholly owned by the LONGi Group (SH601012), has focused on p-mono for 19 years and is today the largest supplier of mono-crystalline products in the world.

The Eclipse module takes advantage of Seraphim’s innovative module technology, using traditional solar cells to increase efficiency and reliability while reducing BOS cost.