Risen Energy launches ultra-low-carbon BIPV and HJT products

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The entire lineup boasts further reduction in carbon use and improved power generation performance, vastly widening the opportunities for the development and implementation of BIPV and HJT products, claimed the company.

Risen Energy, a solar module manufacturer based in China, recently concluded its press conference in Ninghai, Zhejiang province, for the launch of the latest lineup of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) products, which included Super Top, Super Tile, alongside its latest heterojunction (HJT) offering, Hyper-ion.

The entire lineup boasts further reduction in carbon use and improved power generation performance, vastly widening the opportunities for the development and implementation of BIPV and HJT products, claimed the company.

Super BIPV leads in delivering “green” roofs

Super Top’s unique feature is reportedly a new assembly method for the steel plate and the PV module so that the modules seamlessly blend in with the colors usually adopted by the steel industry and can be fully integrated into the construction process rather than bolted on after the fact. The new product comprises double-glass frame-free modules with 210mm wafers, stated Risen Energy.

The 210+ double-glass ensures high power generation capacity, the edgeless frame prevents the collection of dust on top of the unit, and the 210+HJT cell delivers a 7 per cent power generation gain. The module is 740W and comes equipped with 360-degree upright locking, is waterproof and exhibits no shading loss, notching the power generation gain up another 1.5%.

The 1817mm*420mm Super Tile comes in a variety of colors and shapes that match household roof systems. The module has a maximum power of 120 watts and a dust-free design that enhances power generation efficiency by 5%. Like Super Top, installation is easy and fast and can be completed by one person, leading to a saving of 30% in construction costs.

Super Tile comes in two formats, “stacked” and “tile” to meet diverse end-user preferences. “The cost is basically equivalent to that of a household distributed system and the roof tiles that would have taken up the same space. With effectively no change in cost compared to older solutions, the low-carbon Super Tile better meets current market demand,” claims Risen Energy.

Hyper-ion boosts the green value of HJT products

Keeping costs under control has always been a challenging problem that, to date, has stood in the way of HJT technology going mainstream. Based on leading technologies in semiconductor physics, semiconductor packaging, basic materials and equipment design, after numerous iterations, Risen Energy has finally launched a new product — Hyper-ion cell — which uses 210 HJT half-cut 120 micron and microcrystalline technology, achieving an efficiency exceeding 25.2%.

Basing the calculation on a 100MW project in Hainan province, the long-term power generation of an HJT solution has the advantage of reducing LCOE by more than 10% and possibly even more when comparing both the one-time investment costs and ongoing overhead associated with traditional processes, claims the company.

Risen Energy plans to focus mainly on research into low-carbon series products, including further R&D into BIPV, steel frame and HJT technologies, with the goal of launching more low-carbon products, further building out the photovoltaic “low-carbon universe”, facilitating green and sustainable development, and accelerating the transition to a zero-carbon era.

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