A world leading solar panel manufacturer, LG recently announced the development of a $600 million fully-automated factory with 500 quality processes. In addition to undergoing many tests, LG modules are made of the highest quality components.

According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, LG is one of the world’s solar panel manufacturers that has pushed research the most. The multi-award-winning NeON range of solar panels features double-sided cells with 12 wire busbars, increasing its performance and durability. Tested against 14 other brand panels as part of the 2016 Choice-CSIRO study, LG NeON modules were deemed the most efficient and overall best.

An award-winning module by a world-class brand with cutting-edge cell technology and enviable looks, the LG NeON 2 is the panel of the future. It provides an ideal solution to homes with limited roof space or looking to expand their solar system by adding battery storage for instance. A Multi-award winner, the LG NeON range won Intersolar awards in Germany three times in the last four years: in 2013 for its double-sided cell feature, in 2015 for the 12 wire busbars, and in 2016 for its improved generation capability. The CELLO technology used in the LG NeON 2 modules increases their efficiency and reliability. It consists of better temperature coefficient in hot weather, 12 wire busbars (whilst conventional PV modules only have 3 or 4), and lower long-term degradation.


While most 60-cell solar panels on the market generate 260W of electricity, the LG NeON R produces a massive 360W of power, so even households with little roof space can enjoy maximum output. It is also ideal for people planning to expand their solar power system, or add battery storage or electric car charging units to it. Besides its elegant all-black look, the LG NeON R is a highly efficient module. It possesses an innovative design featuring 30 multi-ribbon rear busbars while conventional PV modules only have 3 or 4 located at the front. This enables a largest surface of the front cells to be exposed to the sun, resulting in 38.5% more energy being produced per square metre than a standard 260W panel.