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Heterojunction at the height of its power

As it strives to increase performance while simultaneously reducing costs, Huasun has quickly moved from its first-generation heterojunction (HJT) cell to its current third- generation cell, and the innovation continues.


A smaller carbon footprint

Reducing the carbon footprint of the manufacturing process for solar modules is key to making the technology truly sustainable. Huasun’s streamlined heterojunction (HJT) production has led to the certification of its latest product as ultra-low-carbon solar.

The global market for HJT

The recent COP28 meeting resulted in targets to triple global renewable energy capacity by 2030, and demand for solar power is expected to continue to grow amid a market that is transitioning toward more advanced technologies. Here we examine the outlook for heterojunction (HJT) solar solutions and the types of projects that are already showcasing their potential in major regions.

Forging a path for HJT at scale

Huasun is well on its way to achieving its goal of providing the best heterojunction (HJT) products to the world, with expanding production capabilities and advances in cell and module performance, according to Chairman Jimmy Xu. Here, he discusses the company’s top achievements and its plans for the next five years.

Huasun announces world’s first 210R HJT modules based on rectangular cells

The company says its new 210R module series, such as the 630 W module for example, will reduce LCOE by 2.6% and increase project IRR by 3.9%. The Everest line of modules will be produced at Huasun’s three main bases with a total capacity of 12 GW.


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