What is Split Cell Solar Technology?

Split-cell modules have solar cells that are cut in half, which improves the module’s performance and durability. Traditional 60- and 72-cell panels will have 120 and 144 split-cut cells, respectively. When solar cells are halved, their current is also halved, so resistive losses are lowered and the cells can produce a little more power. Smaller cells experience reduced mechanical stresses, so there is a decreased opportunity for cracking. Split-cell solar modules have higher output ratings and are more reliable than traditional panels. Today new solar module generation technology has increased the module output of up to 15 watts per module, compared to standard solar modules. Boasting the efficiency of up to 18.0%. Split cell technology is not only cutting the cells into half but also reducing the cost, ensuring a lower LCOE. What's the benefit of a Split Cell Solar Panels? Cost effective Split cell design improves the efficiency of a standard [...]

What are MONO PERC Solar Panels?

What Is PERC Technology? PERC technology to put pressure on traditional solar cells in supply chain Strong global demand for higher-efficiency modules is driving the growth of PERC technology, like HJT and IBC that are expected to gain market share from 2017 onwards. PERC will become a mainstream technology by 2020, as it occupies the leading position among the competing new technologies. It is being increasingly adopted by top cell manufacturers upgrading part of their existing in-cell lines into PERC or booking orders for new PERC lines. What are PERC solar cells? PERC can stand for either Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell or Passivated Emitter and Rear Contact. At its core, a PERC solar cell is simply a more efficient solar cell, meaning that solar panels built with PERC cells can convert sunlight into usable electricity more easily. Solar panels made from PERC solar cells typically perform better than traditional [...]