Just nine days after hitting a new cell efficiency record, JinkoSolar has hit record power outputs for both p-type and n-type modules.
A specific power for the p-type modules was not published, but JinkoSolar states that it “broke the world record again with power exceeding 370 W”. Jinko’s n-type module, meanwhile, peaked at 378.6 W. Both world record performances have been confirmed by TÜV Rheinland Shanghai Co., Ltd.
The p-type module is based on Jinko’s monocrystalline cell, which last week set a new efficiency record at 23.95%.
Jinko points out the 378.6 W achieved by the n-type module is a measure of front side peak power, and that being a glass-glass bifacial module, it could improve outdoor power output even further.
“Companies with strong independent innovation capabilities are able to grasp opportunities in fiercely competitive markets and establish leadership,” said JinkoSolar Vice President Jin Hao. “JinkoSolar always applies advanced technologies to large-scale applications rapidly to accelerate the popularization of PV applications.”
JinkoSolar holds several of the records for cell and module efficiency, and shipped almost 10 GW in 2017.
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