How much of an impact will the JinkoSolar Bifacial Swan module with transparent backsheet have on savings and optimizing ROI?
According to JinkoSolar, the bifacial panel with transparent backsheet can generate up to 415 Wp from the front side and 5 to 25% extra power gain from the rear side.
Join our webinar, where we will hear from Mohamed Saady, the Technical Services Manager Middle East & Africa from JinkoSolar, who will outline the key features and benefits of using Bi-facial Swan modules. He will explain how transparent backsheet panels are more suitable and competitive for the project designs that require lightweight modules and their impact on BOS (balance of systems) costs comparing to traditional glass-backsheet, framed modules.
Mohamed will be joined by Eduardo de San Nicolás, Sales Global Director of Soltec, who will present the results of the tests to measure what is the impact on bifacial production of factors such as module mounting height above grade, rear-side obstructions that cause shading, and inter-row spacing distance.
Eduardo de San Nicolás will also detail how the specific performance and advantages of bifacial trackers can be simulated using Soltec’s system PVsyst, provided bifacial parameters from BiTEC for structure shading factor, shed transparent fraction, field thermal loss factors and mismatch loss factor.
Introduction to bifacial technology
JinkoSolar new bifacial modules with transparent backsheet
Transparent backsheet: technology and benefits
How the lighter weight modules will enhance your investment
Bifacial modules require optimized structures for maximizing the performance
Bifacial gain depends of factors such as module mounting height above grade, rear-side obstructions that cause shading, module temperature and inter-row spacing distance
The specific performance and advantages of bifacial trackers can be simulated using PVsyst, provided bifacial parameters from BiTEC
Be part of the conversation!
Questions may be submitted beforehand and during the webinar through a chat window for a fully engaging and interactive experience.
Mohamed Saady, Technical Services Manager Middle East & Africa, JinkoSolar
Mohammed has worked more than 10 years in the Middle East in power and energy fields, he was involved in technical support, project management and business development for many countries in the region.
Mohammed has bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and master’s in renewable energy engineering from, he is also certified solar professional and project manager.
Eduardo de San Nicolás, Sales Global Director, Soltec
His professional activity spans over 12 years in the solar industry. First as a project engineer, and then developing and coordinating the sales department at Soltec, Eduardo has taken part in the expansion of the company worldwide. As product director, he is responsible for aligning the market product demands and the R&D efforts to achieve the highest-quality and most innovative world-class single-axis solar tracker.
Jonathan Gifford | Editor in chief, pv magazine
While overseeing pv magazine‘s Australian website, Jonathan also reports on equipment supply, thin film and Australasia for the global print edition and online. With a background in broadcast journalism for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Deutsche Welle and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Jonathan has been reporting on environmental and technology issues since 2005. He has been with pv magazine since 2011.
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