Monthly Archives: February 2019

New residential solar panels deliver record-breaking efficiency

Credit: EPFL The solar panels developed by startup Insolight boast an impressive 29% yield – a record for the retail market. These systems, which have now been standardized for mass production, contain lenses that focus sunlight on tiny high-yield photovoltaic cells, employing what is a pioneering approach for the solar-power industry. All rooftop solar panels look pretty much the same

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Bifacial+Half-cut Cell Delivers Remarkable Cost Performance by LONGI Solar

The large-scale application of PERC technology, like a butterfly flapping the wings, has instigated changes in the entire industry. It is predicted that PERC will become a standard configuration in 2019. Credit: LONGi Solar  With respect to cell technology, bifacial makes the PERC technology more cost-effective, and accelerates the progress of grid parity. Compared with the cell technology, the half-cut-cell

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Sungrow Shipments in India Hit 3 Gigawatts

Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, recently announced at a function in New Delhi, that the Company surpassed 3GW of inverter shipments, announcing it is accelerating its expansion to the booming Indian market after reaching this milestone. Remarkably, contracts totaling over 1GW have been signed and will be shipped soon. The Company, which has offices in Gurugram,

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JA Solar Supplies All Modules for the First PERC Solar Power Plant in Vietnam

JA Solar Co., Ltd., a world-leading manufacturer of high-performance photovoltaic products, announced that it supplied all 48.3MW PERC modules for BP Solar 1 PV Power Plant in Vietnam. This represents the country’s first project that uses PERC modules. Additionally, it is an important step in driving the application of high-efficiency solar modules in the markets of Vietnam and other Southeast

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