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LONGi to win awards at “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress

LONGi has once again received recognition at the 2021 edition of the TÜV Rheinland “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress, with its Hi-MO 4 and Hi-MO 5 high-efficiency modules winning awards for PV Module Outdoor Energy Yield (Monofacial Group) and PV Module Energy Yield Simulation (Bifacial monocrystalline group) respectively. Highly regarded by the industry for its objective evaluation process and authoritative 

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LONGi to set record of 25.09% for N-Type TOPCon cell efficiency

Testing at the Institute for Solar Energy Research (ISFH) in Hamelin, Germany, has confirmed that the conversion efficiency of N-type monocrystalline bifacial TOPCon cells developed at LONGi’s Cell R&D Center has reached 25.09%, the first time that the efficiency of a TOPCon cell based on a commercial size silicon wafer has exceeded 25%.  Based on its original innovative industrialized cell

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Substantial increase in the first quarter for BayWa

With a substantial increase in the first quarter of 2021, BayWa AG seamlessly continued the successful business performance seen in the previous year and generated revenues of €4.3 billion (Q1/2020: €3.9 billion). At €45.1 million, earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) were up significantly year on year (Q1/2020: minus €27.8 million). All three operating segments contributed to this development. “A sensational

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REC Group to continue to lead the clean energy revolution with its next generation of REC Alpha solar panels

REC Group, an international pioneering solar energy company headquartered in Norway, announces the new REC Alpha Pure Black solar panel. With lead-free production and a substantial gain in power output, the new panel marks a major advancement of the multiple award-winning REC Alpha launched in 2019. The REC Alpha Pure Black will start production in June 2021 at REC’s fully

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Defect that limits hybrid perovskites solar-cell performance identified

Researchers in the materials department in UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering have uncovered a major cause of limitations to efficiency in a new generation of solar cells. Various possible defects in the lattice of what are known as hybrid perovskites had previously been considered as the potential cause of such limitations, but it was assumed that the organic molecules

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