The latest cells are made of multi-crystalline wafers with a high percentage of large mono-grains, which have the capability of reaching efficiencies of more than 18 percent and the capability to increase power output up to 255 watts using a 60 cell configuration, as the company says.
With an optimized pattern design and process recipe, Gintech has enhanced the efficiency of its Douro Series to 19 percent for monocrystalline solar cells and more than 17 percent for multicrystalline solar cells. High performance module solutions for 260 W and 245 W with 60 cell configuration have been confirmed by their customers.
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