Our latest solar innovation, the powerful MHI series.

Autarco’s MHI series solar panels use halfcut monocrystalline PERC cells with advanced multi-wire technology to deliver higher efficiency without compromising on reliability.

The new panels come with the same innovative design features introduced with the MHE series allowing high power output of more than 200Wp/m2.

The ability to withstand mechanical loads of up to 5400 Pa, combined with superior resistance to sand, salt and ammonia delivers long lasting performance in even the harshest environments.

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Quality is key to our kWh guarantee. It all starts with the products and Autarco long term stake in the performance of our products and is reflected in the way we perform quality control, setting the industry standard for plant, production line, production and product inspections.

Bringing together the very latest innovative cell and module technologies.

Our cells are designed with a rigorous focus on reliability, optimal power conversion and environmental sustainability. Our advanced light capture technology delivers superior performance in even the weakest light.

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Our range of solar panels

MHI series

Monocrystalline 6x20 halfcut cells
Available from 355 to 375Wp

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Insured linear 25-year power output guarantee up to 83.1% and 12-year product warranty

Multiwire technology for superior reliability and performance

Halfcut PERC technology for reduced resistance loss and improved shade tolerance

MHH series

Monocrystalline 6x24 halfcut cells
Available from 430 to 450Wp

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MHE series

Monocrystalline 6x20 halfcut cells
Available from 320 to 340Wp

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MSC Silverpoint

Silverpoint 6x10 6" cells
Available from 315 to 335Wp

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