Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Cell Sets Efficiency Bar Higher

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. claims its large-area N-type TOPCon monocrystalline silicon solar cell has achieved a record high efficiency of 24.2%. Testing was conducted by the Photovoltaic and Wind Power Systems Quality Test Center at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

 

The large-area N-Type cell features the company’s HOT cell design, which is based on tunnel oxide passivating contact technology. Its N-type wafer, selective doping technology, and advanced fine-line printing technology allow the company to achieve 24.2% cell efficiency across its entire product chain. The world PV module power record of 387.6W for N-type half-cell module (60P) was fabricated using JinkoSolar's HOT cell design. For more info, visit JinkoSolar.

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