Risen Energy says its HJT sequence solar module, Hyper-ion, has achieved a most power of 741.456 W and a module effectivity of 23.89%, verified by TÜV SÜD.
The firm says these numbers are an enchancment on its earlier document of 23.65% module effectivity, which was achieved in December 2021, due to this fact setting a brand new document for the best power and highest module effectivity of HJT solar modules.
This enchancment in effectivity is because of technological improvements like ultra-thin-wafer, zero-busbar expertise, Hyper-link interconnection and encapsulation materials. The module additionally options a particularly secure temperature coefficient and a excessive bifaciality of as much as 85% ±10%, able to sustaining its power output above 90% after 30 years of use, the corporate says.
The module is backed by Risen Energy’s industry-leading 100μm ultra-thin cell expertise and low-temperature course of, leading to a carbon footprint worth decrease than 400kg eq CO2/kWc.
“As the latest HJT product, Hyper-ion has the best combination of both improvement and reductions – high power and high power generation, high efficiency and reliability, low degradation and low temperature coefficient, low CFP and low LCOE,” says Even Liu, Risen Energy’s senior R&D director.