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LG Electronics Extends Product Guarantees For Modules

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LG Solar customers and
partners who choose LG Electronics' MonoX Plus and Neon 2 modules will now
benefit from an extended product warranty – from twelve to fifteen years. This
creates a further incentive for customers to buy LG products, and underlines
once again LG’s quality standards as a globally respected manufacturer of
high-quality product solutions. For both modules, LG warrants an actual power
output of no less than 98 per cent for a period of one year from the start of
the guarantee. From the second year, the actual average annual pay for the
remaining 24 years will not decrease by more than 0.5 per cent – this way, by
the end of the 25th year the actual output for the MonoX Plus and NeON 2 solar
modules is guaranteed to be at least 86 per cent.

LG offers above-average performance and product warranties
compared to the industry on the whole, as the modules undergo rigorous testing
throughout the production process. They are tested four times as intensively as
prescribed by the IEC standard, and therefore meet the strictest quality
criteria. LG is the first company in the world to operate its own solar tests,
which are certified by four major inspection bodies, including TÜV Rheinland
and Intertek.

"LG Solar modules combine attractive design with
high-performance PV technology and offer our customers and partners the highest
level of security in their investment through the extended warranty," said
Michael Harre, vice president of the EU Solar Business Group at LG Electronics
Germany. "With this we again underline the LG quality promise, which is
appreciated by installers worldwide."

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