Russia: Hevel develops high-efficiency HJT modules


Russia’s second largest solar developer and the largest domestic PV manufacturer Hevel LLC has received a patent for its heterojunction technology (HJT) solar modules. In the last few month, the joint venture between Russian companies Renova and Rusnano has placed a number of orders for solar production equipment, including Singulus TechnologiesÂ’ SILEX II processing machine for wet-chemical treatment of heterojunction solar cells.


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