New High Efficiency HJT Solar Module Technology
Maxwell & Cybrid Claim 5W+ Output Increase For HJT Modules Using Light Conversion Film
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2022
Chinese solar cell production equipment supplier Suzhou Maxwell Technologies says it is possible to increase the output of a 60-cell M6 heterojunction (HJT) solar module by more than 5W as it figured with the help of a light conversion film from Cybrid Technologies Inc.
Boviet Solar To Explore TOPCon & HJT
Boviet Solar Launches Research Into N-TOPCon, HJT & 600W+ Solar Modules
Wednesday, 06 Apr 2022
Vietnamese-American PERC based solar module maker Boviet Solar plans to now venture into N-TOPCon and heterojunction (HJT) solar cell technology, as well as undertaking development of 600W+ module, as part of its new research and development (R&D) initiatives.
BloombergNEF: 228 GW DC New Solar In 2022
Polysilicon Supply Crunch To Ease In 2022 With 39% More Annual Production
Wednesday, 02 Feb 2022
Analysts at Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BloombergNEF) have increased their solar capacity forecast for 2022 to reach about 228 GW DC in the mid scenario within a range of 204 GW DC to 252 GW DC.
Panasonic Expands EverVolt Module Series
Panasonic Launches New Module Variants, With Heterojunction & PERC Technologies
Thursday, 20 Jan 2022
Panasonic Corporation of North America has launched 2 new solar module variants under its EverVolt series—one based on heterojunction (HJT) and the other using PERC solar cell technology—both targeting the high performing residential solar segment and available in Q2/2022.
China PV News Snippets
Jinkopower To Acquire San Juan PV Power Station…& More
Wednesday, 15 Dec 2021
JinkoPower to acquire San Juan PV power station in Argentina: Clean energy provider JinkoPower announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Jinko Power (HK) Company Limited, intends to acquire a 100% stake in Cordillera Solar IS.A.
22.70% HJT Solar Module Efficiency
China’s Huasun Declares 22.70% Efficiency For HJT Solar Module
Saturday, 13 Nov 2021
Chinese solar cell and module manufacturer Huasun Energy has declared achieving heterojunction (HJT) solar module efficiency of 22.70% for a M6-144 module leading to a power rating of 493.3W. The efficiency has been confirmed by Germany’s TUV SUD.
100 MW Heterojunction Solar Module Fab In Florida, US
Canadian Solar Module Manufacturer Heliene To Launch ‘Only’ US Production Facility For High Efficiency Heterojunction Solar Modules In Florida; 100 MW Fab To Cater To Residential & Commercial Segments
Wednesday, 11 Aug 2021
Heliene already has 2 solar module fabs operational in Minnesota, US and Ontario, Canada. It is now adding a 3rd facility to its portfolio with 100 MW annual capacity that will assemble products using HJT cell.
Huasun Achieves 24.39% Highest Efficiency For HJT Cell
Chinese Solar Panel Manufacturer Huasun Energy Puts 500 MW Heterojunction Cell-Module Project Online; Declares 24.39% Highest Cell Efficiency
Tuesday, 30 Mar 2021
Huasun Energy Co., Ltd of China has officially commissioned its 500 MW heterojunction (HJT) cell-module production capacity calling it the ‘world’s 1st low-cost intelligent mass-produced HJT project’. Construction on this line started on Nove.
Norway’s REC Elevates CFO To CEO Position
REC Group CEO Steve O’Neil Stepping Down With Effect From March 1, 2021; Management Promotes CFO Jan Enno Bicker As CEO
Tuesday, 16 Feb 2021
Norway based solar PV module manufacturer REC Group has made senior management changes with current CEO Steve O’Neil stepping down from March 1, 2021. He will continue to remain associated with the company as a board member of REC Solar Pte.
Whooper Project To Combine HJT With MWT
TNO Partnering With Eurotron, Groenleven & SIEC For Whooper Project To Make Combination Of HJT & MWT Ready For Mass Production
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020
Dutch research center TNO is teaming up with three other companies in Holland—Eurotron, GroenLeven and SIEC—in a project called Whooper that adapts the metal wrap-through technology approach onto the heterojunction (HJT) solar cell platform.
Jinchen Plans CNY 285 Million For HJT Equipment
Yingkou Jinchen To Invest RMB 285 Million To Build 40 Sets Of Heterojunction High Efficiency PECVD Equipment Over Next 2 Years
Thursday, 28 May 2020
Chinese solar module production equipment producer Yingkou Jinchen Machinery Co., Ltd. has announced it aims to invest RMB 285 million ($40 million) to build 40 sets of heterojunction (HJT) high efficiency PECVD equipment.
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