As demand for n-type TOPCon solar panels continues to grow, JinkoSolar reports that it has seen 87% year-on-year growth for the technology. Dany Qian, Vice President of the Chinese PV manufacturer, discusses the difficulties the industry is facing and how JinkoSolar is working to overcome them.
The solar manufacturer has continued its growth trajectory, announcing that it delivered 10GW of its Tiger Neo modules to developers and distributors, including Aldo Solar in Latin America.
A variety of factors led to the drop in polysilicon prices over the past year, but JinkoSolar notes that this decrease has slowed amid a short-term bump in supplies that still lags behind strong levels of wafer manufacturing capacity.
JinkoSolar is making big moves into n-type PV technology, with plans to dedicate double-figure gigawatts of production capacity to its Tiger Neo TOPCon module this year. And it has done its homework with this product, able to illustrate an advantage for its n-type products in virtually every market segment. As the Tiger Neo heads out to the field, it’s worth examining what the introduction of TOPCon modules will mean on a system and project level.
Increasing demands of the distributed generation market require unique solutions, both for commercial and residential customers. Meeting these is challenging when many PV modules aren’t compatible with the inverters, components, and mounting systems on the market. However, pv magazine’s Spotlight partner JinkoSolar Europe recently demonstrated how it is possible to take customer and developer considerations into account when designing products. In the following interview, Roberto Murgioni, Head of Technical Service & Product Management, discusses the company’s new Tiger Pro 415W high-efficiency module, and explains how stakeholders’ needs have been placed at the core of the design.
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