The Q Peak Duo XL-G10 panel series is currently the largest and most powerful product series manufactured by the South Korean module maker. It is based on monocrystalline ‘Qantum’ half cells and is the company’s first panel relying on M6 wafers.

South Korea-based solar module manufacturer Hanwha Q Cells has announced it has begun selling its new Q.Peak Duo-G10 panels in Europe. 

“European markets are poised to welcome Q Cells’ powerful solar module ever this month, as the Q.Peak Duo-G10 series enters the fray across the continent,” the module maker said in a statement.

These panels were unveiled by the company in May and are the company’s first products based on M6 wafers. The series features the 156-half cell Q.Peak Duo XL-G10 module, with an output of 495W, for large scale projects; and the 132-half cell Q.Peak Duo ML-G10 panel, with an output of 415W, for rooftop applications.

“Both the 132-half cell and 156-half cell versions of the Q.Peak Duo-G10 provide exceptional efficiencies of 20.9% and 21.6%, respectively, thanks to Q.Antum Duo Z Technology, which arranges the module in a zero-gap cell layout,” Hanwha Q Cells stated, adding that the black version of the G10 series – the Q.Peak Duo BLK-G10 – will be available across Europe in the second half of this year.