星期五, 7月 30, 2021
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Jinko reaches 23.53% module efficiency with TOPCon, high-efficiency module

Source:Jinko

JinkoSolar announced that it has reached 23.53% efficiency with its high-efficiency solar module. The previous record (set by JinkoSolar in January 2021) was 23.01%.

The results of this latest test was independently tested and confirmed by TÜV Rheinland.

“It is our long-standing commitment to provide customers with high-quality products that drive energy efficiency and reduce LCOE through technological innovation,” said Dr. Hao Jin, CTO of JinkoSolar. “Every new record achievement demonstrates our R&D capabilities and is great motivation for the invaluable work we do to upgrade industry standards. We are confident that the investments we have made in R&D will lead to more innovative products for higher efficiency and reliability, and leveraged on our extensive global sales network, our leadership will be further strengthened and has positioned us to promote technological progress and green transformation.”

Jinko reached this new efficiency by using TOPCon cell technology fused with the company’s new welding and packaging technology. The module’s design reduces internal resistance losses and improves power efficiency.

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