Huasun claims 23.30% efficiency and 723.97W power for utility solar panels



In Huasun’s new photovoltaic modules, the breakdown voltage is 49.46 V, the short-circuit current is 17.57 A and the duty cycle is 83.29%. The German TÜV SUD has confirmed the results.

“It is another major breakthrough after the Himalaya module reached 715W in January this year,” Huasun said in a statement.

According to the Chinese manufacturer of heterojunction (HJT) modules, the breakdown voltage of the panels is 49.46 V, the short-circuit current is 17.57 A and the duty factor is 83.29%. They are based on 210 mm HJT solar cells with single sided microcrystalline technology combined with super multiple bus (SMBB)

“During module production, the modules of the Himalaya G12-132 series are encapsulated in polyisobutylene (PIB) and integrated with a photoconversion film, which can maximize the waterproofness and airtightness of the modules and reduce cell damage caused by ultraviolet radiation. radiation and improve its absorption,” the company said. “So the modules can realize more efficient and stable performance.”

In the second half of 2022, Huasun launched the G12 series of HJT solar modules, which focuses on large utility projects. The maximum power of the panels was 700 W and the efficiency of the module was up to 22.53%. Projects built with Huasun’s G12 series modules can save on Balanced Cost of System (BOS) while delivering lower cost of energy (LCOE), allowing end users to generate more energy, it said.

Last week, Huasun began manufacturing panels at its HJT solar cell factory in Xuancheng, China’s Anhui Province. The new factory has an annual capacity of 2.4 GW and produces exclusively bifacial 182 mm HJT cells based on cell technology with a power conversion efficiency of 25.26%. The results have been confirmed by the Solar Energy Research Institute in Hamelin, Germany.

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