Huasun claims 26.5% efficiency for heterojunction solar cell – pv magazine International – pv magazine International

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Huasun said it has achieved a 26.50% power conversion efficiency in an HJT  solar cell and expects to maintain an average efficiency of 26.15% in mass production.

The company said the result was obtained for a G12 heterojunction solar cell through unspecified texturing processes and the adoption of “efficient yet cost-effective” target materials. The cell is based on a zero-busbar (0BB) module technology and silver-coated copper paste with low-silver-content.

Huasun said its G12R rectangular cell achieved a maximum efficiency of 26.41% and an average efficiency of 26.01%. The company has not revealed whether all of the results have been confirmed by an independent third party.

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“The breakthrough not only underscores the technological strides made in mass production efficiency for Huasun HJT solar cells but also highlights the immense potential of HJT technology,” it said in a statement, without providing additional technical details.

In March 2023, the China-based heterojunction module manufacturer started making solar panels at its HJT cell factory in Xuancheng, China’s Anhui province. It recently launched two new solar panel series based on its zero-busbar (0BB) technology for ground-mounted PV applications.

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