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Hevel Solar unveils 22.3%-efficient heterojunction BIPV module

The new panel has a nominal power of 395 W and a claimed temperature coefficient of 0.28% degrees Celsius.


Meyer Burger wants to ship first HJT modules in July

The Swiss technology group wants to officially present its heterojunction modules, which are produced in Freiberg, Germany, at the end of April. Meyer Burger concluded its first official sales partnership in Switzerland, with Solarmarkt.


Commercial HJT solar cells could hit 26% efficiency by 2030

Arvind Shah, a professor at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, and Meyer Burger former Chief Innovation Officer Sylvère Leu recently spoke to pv magazine about the future of heterojunction PV modules. They said the tech is mature and can now compete on cost with PERC panels in projects – particularly in hot, humid environments.


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