Jinergy’s HJT Solar Modules Qualified for DEWA Programme

Further, the listed products of the company are JNHM60 (275W to 310W) and JNHM72 (330W to 370W) solar modules featuring leading temperature coefficient of -0.27%/°C, excellent performance in weak light, and ultra-low degradation.

The HJT (Heterojunction) solar modules manufactured by Jinneng Photovoltaic Technology, an arm of Jinergy, are listed in equipment meeting eligibility requirements for DEWA Distributed Renewable Resources Generation Programme and get access to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market.

HJT Solar Modules

Further, the listed products of the company are JNHM60 (275W to 310W) and JNHM72 (330W to 370W) solar modules featuring leading temperature coefficient of -0.27%/°C, excellent performance in weak light, and ultra-low degradation.

On the back of bifacial design, power generation of Jinneng Clean Energy Technology’s (Jinergy’s) HJT modules can be increased by 10 percent to 30 percent in different applications, such as grassland, concrete floor, desert and reflective cloth.

Moreover, the overall power output of Jinergy HJT modules can be 44 percent higher than that of regular poly modules.

Besides, the company is the first PV manufacturer to realize mass production of HJT solar modules in mainland China and also the first PV enterprise to receive the certification under new IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) standard, which has raised requirements on design and production of PV module.

Commenting on the development, Jinergy, General Manager, Dr. Liyou Yang said, “It’s estimated that in 2018 Jinergy’s overseas shipments will account for 30% of total shipments and the number is expected to be 50% in 2019.”

Meanwhile, the average HJT cell efficiency in mass production will expect to reach 24 percent by the end of 2018. The production capacity of the company’s HJT cell and module manufacture base will expand to GW scale and cost will drop to make breakthroughs in LCOE.

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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