Top 10 Solar Panel Manufacturers in US

The following is the introduction of Top 10 Solar Panel Manufacturers, the energy storage system of NPP New Energy is suitable for all kinds of solar panels, upgrade and design customized equipment, welcome to consult the energy storage system product.

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Jinko Solar

Founded in 2006, JinkoSolar Holdings Limited (NYSE: JKS) is one of the few photovoltaic manufacturers in the world with a vertically integrated industry chain, covering the production of high-quality silicon ingots, silicon wafers, cell wafers and high-efficiency single polycrystalline photovoltaic module manufacturing. Our comprehensive control of the industrial chain ensures excellent product quality and cost advantages, so that customers around the world can enjoy the extraordinary value brought by Jinkosolar.

Jinkosolar is deeply engaged in the world, with more than 25,000 employees, 9 global production bases and a marketing network covering 35 countries around the world, providing solar energy products, solutions and technical services to terrestrial power stations, commercial and civil customers in more than 160 countries. Relying on the global manufacturing level, local operations and management team, Jinko has successfully built a evenly distributed industrial map in the global market.

First Solar

First Solar is a leading global solar technology company founded in 1999 and headquartered in Tempe, Arizona. As a major producer of photovoltaic solar panels, First Solar uses its patented cadmium tellurium (CdTe) thin-film solar technology to provide efficient solar solutions. With operations in North America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, the company is committed to providing sustainable and environmentally friendly solar products.

First Solar is a company with deep technology and extensive experience in solar panel manufacturing and solar project development. As a leader in the global solar industry, First Solar is not only a leader in technological innovation, but also plays an important role in driving the global transition to sustainable energy. Through continuous technological innovation and global business expansion, the company is committed to improving the quality of human life and promoting global sustainable development.

Canadian Solar

Canadian Solar (CSI Solar, stock code: 688472.SH) is engaged in the development, production and sale of solar modules and inverters, as well as the provision of complete photovoltaic system solutions. In addition, ArTUS also provides energy storage system integration business, providing public utilities, industrial and commercial and home users with financing, end-to-end one-stop turnkey energy storage system solutions, and can provide battery capacity upgrade services.

Recurrent Energy, the energy subsidiary of CSIQ, is one of the world’s largest developers of utility-scale solar and energy storage projects with the largest pipeline and the most diverse geographic distribution, with a proven track record of utility-scale solar and energy storage development in more than 20 countries on six continents. As of January 31, 2024, the Group had a global leading reserve of approximately 27 GW of solar power plant projects and approximately 55 GW of energy storage projects.

Recurrent Energy has a global energy business that includes photovoltaic and storage plant development. Recurrent Energy, one of the world’s largest clean energy developers, has a 15-year brand history and extensive global project development experience. Recurrent Energy has developed, financed, built and connected to the grid approximately 10 GW of photovoltaic plants and more than 3.3 GW of energy storage to date.

Mission Solar

Mission Solar Energy is an elite manufacturer of high efficiency residential solar panels. Mission Solar, based in SAN Antonio, Texas, has been distributing American-made solar panels since 2012 and has quickly become one of the most trusted brands in the industry.

Over the past few years, Mission Solar has become known for its durable single-crystal PERC panels, which feature a 60-core stylish black design. With a 25-year product and power warranty, Mission Solar proves that a company does not need international visibility to produce high-quality renewable energy components.

All of Mission Solar’s products are designed, assembled and engineered in the United States and shipped directly from its Texas headquarters. Customers can choose to purchase panels and find their own local installer, or contact Mission Solar directly to find out how to work with one of the company’s vetted partners to streamline the process.


Q CELLS is the world’s leading provider of energy solutions for photovoltaic cells, storage batteries, solar power plants and power contract management. The company plans to invest around €125 million over the next three years in its innovation, technology and quality headquarters in Thalheim, near Bifewofen, Germany, for research and development. The company made the announcement today. More than €20 million of this investment will be spent on new facilities and machinery, of which €10 million will be spent over the next 12 months. The new facility will serve the development and commercialization of new generation solar cells and cell modules based on the company’s Q.ANTUM photovoltaic technology. The new round of development work aims to further significantly improve the efficiency and performance of photovoltaic technology. Considering the reduction in the cost of electricity production and the cost per degree of photoelectricity, solar energy will become increasingly competitive and attractive.

Daniel JW Jeong, Global Chief Technology Officer of Q CELLS, based at the Thalheim plant, comments: “Q CELLS is proud to have made many large-scale investments in solar technology since the company was founded. With this investment decision in place, we have laid the foundation for the next transformational innovation of the company, which Q CELLS will develop in Germany and from there commercialize on the global solar market.”


Panasonic’s focus on performance and reliability has been met with positive feedback in the solar panel space. Panasonic HIT® (Heterojunction with intrinsically thin layers) panels use cutting-edge technology to deliver industry-leading efficiency. These panels perform well in low-light environments and have a high temperature coefficient, ensuring consistent performance throughout the year. Panasonic’s robust quality control systems and intensive testing help cement its reputation for durability and service life.


REC is a solar energy company. REC produces silicon materials for photovoltaic applications and polycrystalline wafers, as well as solar cells and modules. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance New Energy Solar.
REC is a leading vertically integrated company in the solar industry. REC is one of the world’s largest producers of polysilicon and wafers for solar applications and a fast-growing manufacturer of solar cells and modules. REC is also involved in project development activities in selected PV segments. Founded in Norway in 1996, REC is an international solar energy company with approximately 3,900 employees worldwide.

Singapore REC is planning an initial capacity of 2GW in 2021 and is expected to reach 4GW by 2025.


SunPower has developed three generations of IBC solar cells. Among them, the third-generation IBC solar cell prepared on N-type CZ silicon in 2014 has the highest efficiency of 25.2%. Domestically, Trina Solar has been committed to the research and development of IBC monocrystalline silicon cells. In May 2017, Trina Solar independently developed a large area 6-inch (243.2cm2) N-type monocrystalline silicon IBC cell efficiency reached 24.13%; In February 2018, the efficiency of the battery was further improved to 25.04% and the open-circuit voltage reached 715.6mV, and it was independently tested and certified by Japan’s Electrical Safety and Environmental Technology Laboratory (JET). This is the first single-junction monocrystalline silicon solar cell with a local efficiency of more than 25% certified by third-party authorities so far, and it is also the highest conversion efficiency of monocrystalline silicon solar cells prepared on a large-area 6-inch crystalline silicon substrate in the world.

SunPower is a photovoltaic company that develops, designs, manufactures and sells efficient and highly reliable solar cells, modules and systems. Based on more than 25 years of experience, the company has designed solar photovoltaic systems to bring good rates of return to civil, commercial, government and power company customers. We provide design, construction and maintenance work for large power stations, and for civil and small commercial customers through our global sales network. We have been setting and breaking world records since our inception, delivering components that are 50% more efficient than conventional components and five times more efficient than some thin film technologies. In terms of power plant construction, in Europe and the United States, SunPower effectively controls all stages of project development through the vertical integration of land acquisition, project licensing, project engineering design, project construction and trial operation, system operation and maintenance, and power plant sales. With its own intellectual property rights, large-scale photovoltaic systems has built and installed more than 500 large-scale power stations in 11 countries around the world, with a total installed capacity of 1.5GW, and the total scale of power stations currently participating in the development of 5GW.

Silfab Solar

SilfabSolar, a Toronto-based solar cell and module manufacturer, last year announced plans to invest $150 million to build a battery manufacturing plant in York County, South Carolina, that will develop back-contact N-type cells and achieve a cell conversion efficiency of more than 26 percent, with an expected annual capacity of 1GW of cells and 1.2GW of modules. The project received a $5 million grant from the U.S. government.

Silfab is currently developing these cells on a 300MW pilot line that will operate alongside Silfab’s main N-type battery manufacturing facility in South Carolina. The company reports that the project will be able to quickly scale up cost-effective backcontact battery technology to high-volume production of its next family of solar modules. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) also selected Silfab for a separate innovation award to further develop efficient Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) modules. These modules feature opaque glass and can be used for glass surfaces between floors of commercial buildings where clear glass Windows are not required. The $500,000 project will be demonstrated at Silfab’s facility in Washington.


Photovoltaic module is the most important component of distributed photovoltaic system. The performance, quality and price of the components directly affect the power generation and return on investment of the entire system, so the choice of a good component brand is crucial to the entire solar power generation system. LONGi Solar has been committed to the development and production of single-crystal high-efficiency modules, and has become one of the world’s leading photovoltaic module manufacturers.

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