Aleo solar GmbH new state of the art production line

New production line for the LEO flagship module series.

The “solar pioneer” has announced its bold investment for opening a new, state-of-the-art production line in Germany for its new LEO module series. The company just turned 20yrs old this year and what a better way to celebrate for the future. The new production line is specifically designed to be versatile so as to accommodate upcoming technologies in line with the forthcoming years’ rising efficiency needs.

Aleo solar’s headquarters and manufacturing plant is located in Prenzlau, Germany and is the only production facility the company operates for its worldwide supply of solar panels. Keeping all procedures – from design to engineering and manufacturing under one roof; the company prides itself, is the only way for guaranteeing highest quality control.

The LEO HalfCut cell modules are aleo solar’s flagship series utilizing the latest and most reliable solar technologies.
Before launching the new series, the company planned for extensive R&D including specifying the best material combinations, and establishing the optimum between module size and high performance. Aleo proceeded with stringent internal and external testing while going beyond industry requirements as standard practice. The new LEO module series (mm) 1564X1144X40 and 1752x1144x40, at 20,5kg and 22kg respectively, include an innovative busbar technology as well as the finest round wires, maximizing light absorption on the cell’s active surface.

According to aleo, “The new advanced production line allows for substantial multiplying of the output ratio in the exact same module dimensions in the near future. This is because we have planned ahead and invested heavily. Developing the future in reliable solar technology is worth both the time and the effort for aleo.” Thanasis Sakkas, Managing Director South East Europe, MENA, Pacific Asia & Australia, commented.

Alemar Energy, aleo’s official partner in Australia, further explains that “Avoiding our industry’s recent hiccups of poorly performing solar panels is crucial. We need to make sure solar is the sustainable option for a clean energy future”.