- Recom Technologies has unveiled its 390W bifacial monocrystalline double glass HJT module
- Offered under Lion series, Recom produces modules with a range of 375W to 700W
- It targets these panels for small, large-scale ground mounted and rooftop solar applications
France based Solar PV module manufacturer Recom Technologies has launched its new Lion 390W bifacial monocrystalline double glass module based on heterojunction (HJT) technology, targeting small- and large-scale ground or rooftop solar applications.
The French manufacturer said the Lion modules offer a bifaciality factor of up to 90%, up from 70% that conventional silicon panels offer, along with up to 20% more energy yield in low-light conditions.
These modules promise more than 22.5% module efficiency with high bifaciality, high energy yield, low degradation, and no LID or PID. The company offers 30-year product and output warranty for the bifacil double glass HJT mono module.
For the Lion series, all based on HJT cell technology, Recom offers modules with a range starting from 375W to 700W. “Owing to n-type technology the power losses are considerably decreased and there are No PID & No LID effects delivering lowest LCOE,” shared Recom.
Recom says these modules are now available at European warehouses as it supports fast and reliable deliveries ensuring product availability.
Recom also produces shingled modules under Puma series, half-cut as Panther series, and tri-cut as Jaguar series of solar technologies. The company says it has an annual module production capacity of over 1.1 GW, with sales of 2 GW in 95 countries. It is also into the production of inverters, EV chargers and battery assembly.
TaiyangNews evaluated the HJT technology and its prospects in our August 2022 report on the same. It is available for free download on our website.