Risen Energy reports world record HJT solar module power, efficiency

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Risen Energy reports its heterojunction (HJT) solar module, Hyper-ion, has achieved a maximum power of 741.456 Watts and a module efficiency of 23.89%. The results were verified by TÜV SÜD, a global provider of testing, inspection and certification services.

This is an improvement from Risen Energy’s previous record of 23.65% module efficiency achieved in December 2021, hence setting a new record for the highest power and highest module efficiency of HJT solar modules.

This improvement in efficiency is due to technological innovations like ultra-thin wafer, zero busbar technology, Hyper-link interconnection and encapsulation material.

The module also features an extremely stable temperature coefficient and a high bifaciality of up to 85% ±10%, capable of maintaining its power output above 90% after 30 years of use.

The module is backed by Risen Energy’s industry-leading 100μm ultra-thin cell technology and low-temperature process, resulting in a carbon footprint value (CFP) lower than 400kg eq CO2/kWc which is far below the market average.

Risen does not use a conventional metal frame. The alloy frame of the HJT Hyper-ion module boasts high strength with the tear-resistant capability of the steel material increased by 20%.

Since 2019, Risen Energy has invested heavily in research and development for materials, equipment, technology, and processes related to HJT technology.

Even Liu, Risen Energy’s senior R&D director said: “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. Risen Energy will continue to innovate and improve our products to promote the era of carbon neutrality.”

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