Huasun G12 Heterojunction Modules Secure “Top Performer” Recognition by Kiwa PVEL

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The “Top Performer” evaluation is based on PQP results, which include six stringent reliability tests: Thermal Cycling (TC), Damp Heat (DH), Potential Induced Degradation (PID), Light- and Elevated Temperature- Induced Degradation (LETID), Mechanical Stress Sequence (MSS), and PAN Performance. These tests provide a rigorous assessment of PV modules and manufacturers, offering valuable insights for financiers, developers, and operators when selecting high-quality modules.

Huasun Himalaya G12 Series HJT modules excelled in the PQP project, showcasing minimal power degradation of no more than 0.20% and 1.44% under high temperatures of 75℃ and environments ranging from -40℃ to 85℃ respectively. Compared to other conventional PV cells, HJT cells utilize n-type silicon wafers to avoid the LID effect, which ensures both durability and efficiency. Additionally, the light-transmitting film enhances UV resistance.

In the PAN Performance, Huasun modules demonstrated a remarkable temperature coefficient of power of just -0.23%/℃, highlighting the inherent power generation advantage of HJT technology.

Furthermore, Huasun HJT modules exhibited exceptional reliability in the MSS, which combines Static Mechanical Load (SML) and Dynamic Mechanical Load (DML) tests with Thermal Cycling (TC) and Humidity Freeze (HF) tests. This simulates the extreme weather conditions PV modules face outdoors. Even after such rigorous testing, Huasun modules, featuring a dual-glass structure and butyl encapsulation, maintained stable and efficient power generation.

Earning the “Top Performer” again underscores the strong power generation capabilities of Huasun HJT modules. Huasun offers industry-leading warranties, including a 15-year product warranty and a 30-year linear power warranty, for its entire range of HJT module products. As global demand for renewable energy grows, Huasun remains committed to providing reliable and efficient PV products, supporting the widespread adoption of green energy and sustainable development.