Chinese solar module maker Risen Energy has launched its most powerful solar module at Intersolar in Munich, Germany.
The 132-cell [email protected] panel is based on 210 mm n-type monocrystalline multi busbars cells with a half-cut design.
The bifacial module can reach a power output of up to 703.6 W and a power conversion efficiency of 23.08%, the company's head of distribution, Juan Molinero García, told pv magazine. “Both results were confirmed by TÜV SÜD in Germany.”
The module is available in five versions with a power output ranging from 680 to 700 W and efficiencies ranging from 21.9 and 22.5%. The open-circuit voltage is between 46.70 and 47.17 V and the short-circuit current is between 18.17 and 18.53 A. “The product shares the same features of the Titan series, such as low voltage and high current,” Molinero García went on to say.
The panel measures 2,384 x 1,303 x 35 mm and weighs in at 35 kg. It is built with a white backsheet, low iron, tempered anti-reflective glass and an anodized aluminum alloy frame. It also features an IP68 enclosure and the maximum system voltage is 1,500 V.
The panel has a temperature coefficient of -0.32% per degree Celsius and its operational temperature ranges from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.
The bifacial comes with a 30-year linear power output guarantee and a 12-year product guarantee. “The module will be produced starting from the second quarter of next year,” Molinero García stated.
Risen launched its first high-power product in May 2020. The company operates several manufacturing facilities in China and is currently developing a 3 GW cell and module factory in Malaysia.
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No big deal.
The power per area is about the same as panels from Sunpower, LG, and Rec Solar.
The panel is just larger.
The larger format can be difficult for installers to put on, especially in a windy day.
The larger format can also create difficulties in putting it on roofs that have obstructions or restricting setbacks.
We have just had solar pannels installed on our roof and during the day we are producing more power than we use!, BUT, after speaking with our electricity supplier they offerdd us 5 pence for feecing in our excess electricity, now that the feed in tarrif has ended in the united kingdom we dont see the point in quite literally giving electricity away to these giants of capitolism for more or less absolutely nothing!, and so i asked my wife why dont we get a electricity dtorage system, she asked me whats that so i explained that badically its a storage facility that stores all of the power we generate during the day anx then runs some of or all of our electrical requirements at night or during a power outage, it depends on the size of electrical storage unit that we buy, so she told me sounds good look into it…so i did and when i found out the cost i nearly fell off my chair!, WHY are these power storage systems so very costly?!. Nearly £7000.
Or am i looking in the wrong places?.
In the Us we have a system Generac Power Pac that goes for about 3 to 4 thousand US you might check it out.
Really good information about solar.
THANK YOU for this information. The Climate Crisis is now on a last ditch timeline. Authentic game changing strategies are needed urgently, if we are to overcome the huge obstacles we have created. And for WINNING the outrageous race against time.
Will be following.
It is wonderful invention , need to continue for improvements.
Has anyone had issues with the panels warping because of the weight of these larger panels, like the 600 and above?
Would like to hear as we are looking at installing the 660 ones
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