Discover a brand-new experience on SEG Solar’s new official website
On the new website, you'll find:
Visual upgrade, blending more brand features.
Intuitive navigation, abundant information at your fingertips.
User-centric approach, convenience everywhere.
All-round upgrade, non-stop excitement. Come and experience!
Visual Upgrade, Infused with More Brand Features
Our redesigned interface now showcases a distinctive look, blending minimalist American style, concise color themes, and high-definition visuals to embody our brand characteristics. Check it out to see how SEG Solar comes to life on the screen!
Intuitive Navigation, Abundant Information at Your Fingertips
Navigating our website is now a breeze with a clear and well-structured layout. Explore core modules like "About Us," "Products," "Solutions," "Technology," "Services," "News," and "Contact Us" to gain a comprehensive understanding of SEG Solar.
User-Centric Approach, Enhanced Product Experience
We've put our customers first in the redesign process, optimizing the display logic for an improved user experience. Dive into product details and project pages, where you'll find a wealth of information and a clear view of our offerings and success stories.
SEG Solar Continues to Progress
We're on a journey of growth, expanding our product lines to meet diverse usage scenarios, enhancing services to enrich user experience, and contributing to the community through philanthropic endeavors that illuminate the world with solar energy.
Stay connected and explore the magic at SEG Solar's official website.
Let's pave the way to a brighter future together!
Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, SEG Solar is a leading Tier 1 American solar photovoltaic module manufacturer with a complete global supply chain, offering high-quality solar modules. As of the end of 2022, more than 2 GW of SEG modules have been installed in the United States and European markets. The company expects an annual module production capacity exceeding 5.5 GW and cell production capacity of 2 GW by 2024.