Following a joint agreement with several leading industry companies in July and August this year, Risen Energy has gone a step further by taking practical action. Customers praised the quick response and high-quality goods and services.
As a leading global solar module manufacturer, Risen Energy has always delivered what it promised and taken concrete actions to help the industry realize sustainability and meet the growing green energy needs of the end market.
In the field of N-type heterojunction technology (HJT), Risen Energy has long been a leader in the development, mass production and implementation of this technology. The company currently dominates in key technologies such as ultra-thin wafers, low-silver conductive pastes, "0BB" cells and tension-free Hyper-link connection technology.
This is possible thanks to continuous investment in materials, processes, and equipment. HJT's upgraded module, Hyper-ion, with a commercial power output in excess of 700Wp, is proving popular with customers, with cumulative order volumes in excess of 5GW and cumulative deliveries in excess of 150MW since its launch.
Risen Senior Product Manager, Jerzy Rudnicki, comments, "The introduction of rectangular N- type TOPCon cells is not only consistent with the unified principles of industry development, but also strengthens and enriches the Risen Energy n-type product portfolio.
"This "rectangular" TOPCon complements the power range of N-type modules from 450Wp to 650Wp, combining perfectly with the high-performance module of the neighboring N- type HJT technology with a power of 700Wp+.
"Our TOPCon offers higher output power by up to 30Wp, while maintaining the same module width, compared to typical TOPCon modules with M10 cells. The rectangular module allows you to increase the power of the designed PV strings, compared to traditional TOPCon products with M10 square cells. This results in a reduction in the total number of chains, which in turn can reduce investment costs such as structures, cables, foundations, and installation (BOS), resulting in a reduction in the levelized cost of energy (LCOE).
"These modules also have additional importance in transport. The utilization of a typical 40-meter container (loading capacity) used to transport modules to Europe is increasing. Thanks to this, transport costs per watt of module power are reduced."
To help develop the PV industry in regions with less sunlight and contribute more to a green future, Risen Energy will continue the concept of continuous research and development and use innovative technologies to drive the implementation of scientific and efficient photovoltaic solutions.