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Sharp Launches 270W Poly PV Module

London, 31-01-2017
Launch reflects significant expansion of Sharp’s PV module range

Sharp today announces the expansion of its energy solutions portfolio, with the launch of a new high-performance polycrystalline photovoltaic (PV) module: ND-RJ270 (270 W). The 270W module offers the highest power output and efficiency in the Sharp poly module line-up.

This reflects a significant expansion of the Sharp PV module range over the last two years, which now sees the company offering 15 different polycrystalline and monocrystalline modules in total, in sizes varying from 48 cells to 72 cells. Sharp is now able to offer its reliable, efficient energy solutions to more homeowners and commercial customers.

The new modules have a low-iron solar glass with anti-reflective coating, which allows 95% of the sunlight to be used for the production of electricity, and have a module efficiency of up to 16.5% (270W), allowing homeowners to generate more solar energy from their roofs. The modules are also suitable for use in cold regions subject to snow, with the robust design able to handle a snow load of up to 5,400 Pascal (according to IEC61215).

Manufactured in Germany, the safety, quality and durability of the module has been recognised with IEC seals (IEC/EN 61215 and IEC/EN 61730) by Tüv Rheinland, one of the leading international certification bodies. The module is fully MCS accredited within the UK.

The new module ND-RJ270 (270 W) is now available to purchase across Europe. For more information, visit

About Sharp Energy Solutions
Sharp is a leading global specialist in solar energy solutions, with over 55 years’ experience in creating safe, efficient, sustainable energy for responsible use in society. Sharp’s connected energy solutions include solar modules for the environmentally-friendly production of energy, battery solutions for time-independent use of the stored energy, the “Smart Chap” Energy Manager for monitoring and controlling energy use, and LED lighting to reduce energy consumption. For more information please visit


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