-Risen Energy publishes empirical data on HJT's Hyper-ion modules, which generate 5.13% more electricity
NINGBO, China, Nov. 13, 2023/PRNewswire/ -- Over the past decade, more and more Chinese companies have launched green energy projects around the world. Among them, photovoltaic (PV) development has become one of the main drivers of the sector's greatest growth, thanks to its lower carbon emissions and lower LCOE. Risen Energy's Hyper-ion Heterojunction (HJT) modules have consistently adhered to a "double-drive" approach: lower LCOE and lower carbon emissions. This philosophy aims to reduce the carbon footprint while achieving a lower LCOE with higher power generation, supplying high-quality Chinese-made products that meet the demands of the global market.
HJT products are intrinsically characterized by high energy generation. Risen Energy compared the power generation of HJT's Hyper-ion modules with that of PERC and TOPCon modules through simulations in more than 20 countries and regions around the world with typical climate environments, as shown in Figure 1. The Simulation results indicate that HJT modules consistently exhibit a significant increase in power generation compared to TOPCon and PERC modules in several regions. Particularly in high temperature areas, they demonstrate outstanding performance.
In addition to simulation, to further explore the real-world power generation performance of HJT Hyper-ion products, Risen Energy collaborated with several organizations and customers to conduct empirical power generation testing in some regions around the world. world.
Figure 2 shows data from power generation tests conducted in Hainan by Risen Energy in collaboration with the National Center for Supervision and Inspection of Solar Photovoltaic Products Quality (CPVT). Although only two months have passed since connection to the grid, a calculation based on the collected power generation data indicates that the HJT Hyper-ion modules have a 5.13% higher power generation per watt than the HJT Hyper-ion modules. PERC. This result is in close agreement with the simulation results in Figure 1, which shows that HJT generates 5.51% more power in Hainan compared with PERC. This means that our simulation for power generation has a relatively high reference value.
Empirical testing is still ongoing and Risen Energy's technical team will continue to collect and analyze data from this and other field test sites. We believe that with the continuous updates and publication of empirical data, the excellent high power generation performance of Risen Energy's HJT Hyper-ion products will be further verified and will be the best choice and guarantee for customers.
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