Nano Solars introduces CIGS Solar Modules with CDF Technology

Nano Solars introduces CIGS Solar Modules with CDF Technology

CIGS solar modules with CDF technology

Nano Solars has introduced new CIGS solar modules with CDF technology. Highly efficient energy yield (kWh/kWp) of nano technology Solar Modules GEN I & II (In CIGS Format) ensures stable earnings and can generated solar energy in low light conditions and shade said the company in a statement.

The new models offer long-term stability due to the use of tried-and-tested industrial coating processes. According to the company panel efficiency increases with high temperature as opposed to ordinary panels where the efficiency decreases with rising temperatures.

Nano technology panels are activated by the presence of a low level of photons. They are less dependent on direct sun radiation or the position of the sun in order to function as compared to old technology panels.

Copper, Indium, Selenium used in the panel forms an extremely thin layer that has a high absorption quality and allows 99% of the available light to be absorbed in the first micron of material. The Gallium added in the module in small amount, forming CIGS, boosts the light absorbing band gap, which makes it more closely match the solar spectrum thereby improving the voltage and efficiency of the PV cells. The company notes that due to these properties, CIGS solar panels are significantly thinner and lighter than solar panels built from traditional materials.

New modules from the house of Nano Solars are IEC 61646, IEC 61730 1 & 2, IEC 61701 and UL 1703 certified and comes with 25 years of warranty. As of now there is no word on the price and availability of the modules.

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