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30th October 2017

Discover the first datasheets of the X-line

Every month gets us closer to the launch of our new generation of high power modules, the X-line. In this newsletter, we share with you the first official datasheets of two of the X-line references. We also unveil two new brochures to help you introduce aleo in a compellling way to your customers. Furthermore, it is worth mentioning the latest Solar Scorecard released by the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition where aleo made in to the top, ranking in 4th position. Working with us always means getting high-end products and technologies whose design minimizes impact on the environment and workers.

New product
The datasheets of the X59 and X79
modules are available 


You can now download the datasheets (EN) of the new X59 and X79 that will be available in Q1 2018. Those two modules will feature:
- a newly designed 42mm frame with 7500 Pa pressure load resistance - for more information on the importance of the frame, read our blog article on the topic.
- 5 busbars cells 
- up to 25 years product guarantee
- 98% of the nominal power guaranteed the first two years 
- power classes up to 310W

As you also know, the X59 will be launched in a bifacial version whose datasheet will be released soon.



Download X59 datasheet


Download X79 datasheet




Marketing material
Two new brochures to support your sales activities

You will now find in the download section of our website two new brochures in their digital version.
One is designed for PV professionals and explains the benefits of a partnership with aleo.
The second one is designed for end consumers and supports in a compelling way the installer willing to promote a premium solution to its clients.





Download the B2B brochure



Download the B2C brochure



aleo solar ranks in 4th position in
the latest Solar Scorecard

Since 2010, the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition releases every year a Solar Scorecard  where they rank solar modules manufacturers against criterions related to the environmental and social impact of their products. As it describes itself, "SVTC envisions a safe and sustainable solar PV industry that:
1.Takes responsibility for the environmental and health impacts of its products throughout their lifecycles.
2.Implements and monitors equitable environmental and labor standards throughout product supply chains.
3.Pursues innovative approaches to reducing and work towards eliminating toxic chemicals in PV module manufacturing."

This year, we have collaborated with SVTC in order to give them accurate information about our processes. Thus, we are glad to see the results that confirm, beyond our commitment towards quality, our consideration for the environment and the stakeholders involved during the production process. 



Solar panel lifespan –
the 6 things to know


In our latest blog article, we review the 6 main elements that one should know to correctly grasp the concept of solar panels lifetime.
Enjoy the read!

> Read the article