Mitsubishi PV Module Features

  • Solder-free Cells
  • Fine Grid Electrodes
  • BSF (Back Surface Field) Structure
  • Cerium-free/High-transmittance Glass
  • Double-sided Independent Tabs
  • Better Water Drainage Structure
  • Higher Tensile Strength Structure
  • High-corrosion Resistance of Frame

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Mitsubishi Solar


Mitsubishi Electric’s photovoltaic modules are engineered for extended use in environments with extreme temperatures and harsh weather conditions. Their panels utilize polysilicon technology and are known for their high reliability, high-efficiency, and low environmental impact. All of their modules feature a 25-year limited warranty on power output and are designed to deliver you trouble-free electricity for years to come.

Lead-free Solder

Mitsubishi Electric has made a commitment to protect the environment, becoming the first photovoltaic (PV) manufacturer to use lead-free solder in their modules. While traditional lead-solder modules use about 860 grams of lead, Mitsubishi Electric modules have 0 grams of lead.

Solder-less Cells

Using newly developed silver electrodes that offer superior weatherproofing, Mitsubishi Electric has perfected a technology for producing photovoltaic cells that does not require solder coatings. They have even achieved a higher PV module conversion efficiency, taking advantage of the new product’s ability to more uniformly reflect the sun’s rays.

Traditionally, lead-solder coating has been required to ensure that PV modules are weatherproof and remain moisture-resistant for years on end. By developing environmentally friendly composite materials and manufacturing processes for silver electrodes used on the surface of crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells, Mitsubishi Electric has succeeded in producing cells that do not require a solder coating.


Mitsubishi Electric’s photovoltaic product manufacturing plant is certified under the ISO 14001 environmental standard, and also features comprehensive water-conservation and recycling measures. They, also use recyclable steel pallets to transport their modules instead of wooden pallets that break and end up in landfills.