Monthly Archives: October 2021

New technique paves the way for perfect perovskites |Next-gen solar material could outshine other solar cells

An exciting new solar material called organic-inorganic halide perovskites could one day help the U.S. achieve its solar ambitions and decarbonize the power grid. One thousand times thinner than silicon, perovskite solar materials can be tuned to respond to different colors of the solar spectrum simply by altering their composition mix. Typically fabricated from organic molecules such as methylammonium and

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Standardization of 210mm-size modules significantly boosts the PV industrial chain and system value

In November last year eight world-leading photovoltaic brands, including Trina Solar, Zhonghuan Semiconductor and Risen Energy, set about promoting the standardization of 210mm silicon wafer modules in the photovoltaic industry. By May the 210-standardization process had achieved significant results, which is expected to be formally released in October. This is significantly driving up the value of the PV industry chain and

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DNV analysis on BOS cost of large format modules shows slight advantage of 182mm module

1. Introduction: Since 2020, large formatmodules of various designs have emerged on the market. There has been confusion regarding the impact of large formatmodules on a PV power plant’s BOS cost and, given the potential misconceptions, LONGi has collaborated with DNV in the US on an analysis of boundary conditions and influencing factors involving such calculations. DNV is one of

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Sungrow to Hit a 5 GW Shipment Milestone in Latin America

Sungrow the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, announced that its cumulative shipments to Latin America crossed 5 GW at Intersolar South America 2021, which was held in Sao Paulo on Oct. 18-20, demonstrating Sungrow’s commitments to sustainable development and efforts in diversifying the local energy industry and decarbonization. An industry trailblazer With a continued upward growth trajectory in

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